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Cricketer David Warner shares his joy at seeing his family as his wife is kidnapped on SAS Australia

‘Miss them so much!’ Cricketer David Warner shares his excitement over returning home from India to be reunited with his family – after his wife Candice was kidnapped and bound on a brutal episode of SAS Australia

He’s been away from his family on tour in the 2020 Indian Premier League.

And on Tuesday, David Warner’s focus was away from the field as he shared his excitement over returning home from India to see his family.

David, 34, shared a series of pictures of wife, Candice, 35, and two of his three daughters – Ivy Mae, six, and Indi Rae, four – to Instagram.  

Cricketer David Warner has shared his excitement at returning home from the 2020 Indian Premier League to see his family. Pictured: David Warner with his wife, Candice, and daughters Ivy Mae, six, and Indi Rae, four, and 16-month-old Isla Rose

He captioned the set of photographs: ‘It’s incredible how much time flies!!’ Not long now till I get to see my gorgeous family. Miss them so much.’

In the post, the former Ironwoman hugs their two daughters, who were also photographed together on a beach. 

‘We miss you too darling. 16 days hopefully and counting,’ Candice, who also shares 16-month-old Isla Rose with David, replied to his post.

David has been away from his family since the Indian Premier League started on September 19. It will run until November 10.

Sweet! 'Not long now till I get to see my gorgeous family. Miss them so much,' David captioned his Instagram post on Tuesday

Sweet! ‘Not long now till I get to see my gorgeous family. Miss them so much,’ David captioned his Instagram post on Tuesday

Away: David, 34, has been away from his family since the Indian Premier League started on September 19. It will run until November 10

Away: David, 34, has been away from his family since the Indian Premier League started on September 19. It will run until November 10

His heart-warming post comes afer Candice was kidnapped and bound while appearing on SAS Australia – one of the nation’s most gruelling TV shows. 

During Tuesday’s episode of the military-style series, she was awoken with the other recruits by the sound of gunshots, and they were put through a dramatic emergency evacuation exercise.

After frantically dressing and leaving their base camp, Candice lagged behind the rest of the group, who were already nearing the evacuation site. 

Whoops: David's (right) heart-warming post comes as Candice (left) as kidnapped and bound while appearing on SAS Australia - one of the nation's most gruelling TV shows

Whoops: David’s (right) heart-warming post comes as Candice (left) as kidnapped and bound while appearing on SAS Australia – one of the nation’s most gruelling TV shows

Whoops: During Tuesday's episode of the military-style TV series, Candice (pictured) was awoken along with the recruits by the sound of gunshots, and they were put through a dramatic emergency evacuation exercise

Whoops: During Tuesday’s episode of the military-style TV series, Candice (pictured) was awoken along with the recruits by the sound of gunshots, and they were put through a dramatic emergency evacuation exercise

It proved to be a costly mistake for her as she was captured and bound by the show’s DS, who were posing as the enemy.

‘I’m not as strong or as fast as I used to be. But mentally I’m stronger, because of things that you achieved in your life and you’ve overcome,’ she acknowledged. 

As the other recruits all descended upon their evacuation point, they performed a head count and quickly realised she was missing from the group.  

Caught out: After frantically dressing and leaving their base camp, Candice (pictured) lagged behind the rest of the group and was captured

Caught out: After frantically dressing and leaving their base camp, Candice (pictured) lagged behind the rest of the group and was captured

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