Celebrity Families

Candice and David Warner reveal the gender of their third child

It's a trifecta of gorgeous girls for the Warners.

By Bella Brennan
They say good things come in threes and for David and Candice Warner this couldn't ring more true!
Confirming their third child is another little girl, former iron-woman Candice told The Daily Telegraph she and her cricket star husband couldn't be more thrilled.
"Yes, we have found out, it's a girl," the 33-year-old told the publication during an event for children's literacy this week.
"Another little girl, we're really excited," Candice Warner added.
Their newest daughter, who is due in June, will have no shortage of sibling love with Indi Rae, four, and Ivy Mae, two, counting down to welcome their little sister.
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As for how she's feeling, the soon-to-be mother-of-three says it's been a pretty smooth pregnancy.
"Like with my last two pregnancies I haven't had any morning sickness, it's all going really well and the girls are really excited," Candice explained.
"They just don't understand why it's taking so long and they keep asking me when the baby is coming."
Candice's husband David Warner also can't wait to welcome another girl into the clan.
"Dave is thrilled, he can't wait. You know what, he's a fantastic cricketer but I always say he's an even better father. He is so hands on and the girls just love him," she said.
2019 is set to be a joyful year for the Warners following a challenging 12 months prior.
In March, David was stood down from the Australian cricket team and ordered to serve a 12-month ban after he was found to have masterminded the ball-tampering scandal that shook the cricketing world.
Party of (almost five): The Warners third daughter is due in June. (Image: @candywarner1 Instagram)
Shortly afterwards, Candice tragically suffered a miscarriage.
Speaking with The Weekly, Candice said the stress and taunting she received after the ball-tampering saga led to her miscarriage.
"A week after the press conference," she said, adding: "I woke up feeling pretty ordinary. I called Dave to the bathroom and told him I was bleeding. We knew I was miscarrying and we held one another and cried."
"The miscarriage was a tragic consequence, a heartbreaking end to a horror tour. Like so many families who've experienced a miscarriage, it's just really sad. The entire ordeal from the public humiliations to the ball tampering, it had taken its toll and, from that moment, we decided that no sport, nothing will ever impact our lives like that again."
"At the time, I felt like I'd let us down – that my body had let us down – but I've come a long way since then. I'm a very spiritual person and I truly believe it wasn't their time to be with us."
"Like with my last two pregnancies I haven't had any morning sickness, it's all going really well and the girls are really excited," Candice says. (Image: @candywarner1 Instagram)
"It is with a full heart that @davidwarner31 & I would like to share with you that in 2019 our family of 4 will become a family of 5. We have another beautiful baby joining our family. We are so thrilled! We wish everyone a Happy new year X."
A huge congrats to the Warners on their beautiful news!

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