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Candice Warner reveals it’s been ‘tough’ being separated from husband David Warner

Candice Warner reveals it’s been ‘tough’ for her and the children being separated from husband David Warner after he was left stranded in India – as they prepare to reunite

Candice Warner has revealed she can’t wait to see her husband, David Warner, after he was stuck overseas amid the pandemic. 

‘It will be pretty emotional because it has been tough on David and ourselves,’ the 36-year-old told The Daily Telegraph on Tuesday. 

‘Especially the kids, they have really felt it this trip having their dad away and seeing everything that is going on in the news and feeling everything for the first time. 

Keen: Candice Warner (left) has revealed she can’t wait to see her husband, David Warner (right), after he was stuck overseas amid the pandemic 

‘It is going to be super special and we are going to cherish every day we spend together until he goes away again,’ she added. 

Candice went on to say that David cherishes ‘daddy duty’ such as tucking the kids into bed and picking them up from school. 

She says the family have made do with FaceTime video calls in the meantime.    

Moved: 'It will be pretty emotional because it has been tough on David and ourselves,' the 36-year-old told The Daily Telegraph on Tuesday. Pictured with daughters Ivy, six, Indi, five, and Isla, one

Moved: ‘It will be pretty emotional because it has been tough on David and ourselves,’ the 36-year-old told The Daily Telegraph on Tuesday. Pictured with daughters Ivy, six, Indi, five, and Isla, one

The couple, who married in 2015, are parents to daughters Ivy, six, Indi, five, and Isla, one. 

It comes after it was revealed that Candice’s husband of six years has arrived back in Australia. 

Last week, it was reported that a group of Australian cricketers and their support staff had returned to Sydney after they were left stranded in India.

The cricketers touched down on a private jet at around 7.30am on Monday, May 17, after fleeing the COVID ravaged country for the Maldives.  

She added: 'Especially the kids, they have really felt it this trip having their dad away and seeing everything that is going on in the news and feeling everything for the first time'

She added: ‘Especially the kids, they have really felt it this trip having their dad away and seeing everything that is going on in the news and feeling everything for the first time’ 

In an interview with The Daily Telegraph earlier this month, Candice said she was counting down the days until David could come home.  

‘It is a dire situation in India and we’re really looking forward to having him home safe as soon as he can get back,’ she said at the time.   

The Australian cricket team found themselves trapped in India after Australia closed its borders to the beleaguered nation. 

They were left stranded after the Indian Premier League was suspended indefinitely and multiple players tested positive to COVID-19.  

Soon: It comes after it was revealed that Candice's husband of six years has arrived back in Australia

 Soon: It comes after it was revealed that Candice’s husband of six years has arrived back in Australia

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