Candice Warner and husband David hold hands during the school run

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Candice Warner and husband David were reunited on Monday after the cricketer left the hotel’s quarantine after returning from Covid-ravaged India.

The couple looked deeply in love when they picked up their two older children from school in Sydney on Monday afternoon.

The batsman, 34, appeared in good spirits as she joined his wife, 36, and their daughters, Ivy, six, and Indi, five.

Family: Candice Warner and husband David were reunited on Monday after the cricketer left the hotel’s quarantine after returning from Covid-devastated India. Pictured with their daughter

David, neatly shaved after previously wearing a mustache, put his arm around his oldest child as Candice followed closely.

The family went to a local park stocked with groceries and the children’s school bags.

Candice couldn’t keep her hands off her husband after their long divorce as the couple walked hand in hand across the grass.

Family: The batsman, 34, appeared in good spirits when she joined his wife, 36, and their daughters, Ivy, six, and Indi, five, during a pickup from afternoon school

Family: The batsman, 34, appeared in good spirits when she joined his wife, 36, and their daughters, Ivy, six, and Indi, five, during a pickup from afternoon school

Beautiful: David, who was neatly shaven after previously wearing a mustache, put his arm around his oldest child while Candice followed closely

Beautiful: David, who was neatly shaven after previously wearing a mustache, put his arm around his oldest child while Candice followed closely

She also put her arm on David’s shoulder as they spoke to a friend on their visit to the park.

Counting down the hours until he was reunited with his brood, David had revealed on Sunday that he couldn’t wait to see his wife and three daughters again.

“Fourteenth day in quarantine, sleep one more time,” he wrote on Instagram alongside a collage of family photos.

Romantic: The couple looked very much in love, holding hands as they traversed a park

Romantic: The couple looked very much in love, holding hands as they traversed a park

Aww: Candice also put her arm on David's shoulder as they spoke to a friend on their visit to the park

Aww: Candice also put her arm on David’s shoulder as they spoke to a friend on their visit to the park

Missed Them: As he counted down the hours to reunite with his brood, David had revealed on Sunday that he couldn't wait to see his wife and three daughters again

Missed Them: As he counted down the hours to reunite with his brood, David had revealed on Sunday that he couldn’t wait to see his wife and three daughters again

‘I can’t wait to see my girls again. #missyou #family #myworld, ‘he added, making sure to tag his former Ironwoman wife.

It comes after Candice said last week that she felt ‘very happy’ that her six-year-old husband was back home after being stranded in India.

‘He’s back home with the rest of the boys [cricketers] who went to India and we are lucky to have him back on our shores, ”she told The Morning Show.

Fixed: The Australian cricket team was stuck in India after Australia closed its borders to the besieged country.  The cricketers landed in Sydney on a private jet on Monday, May 17 at around 7:30 am after fleeing the country devastated by COVID to the Maldives.

Fixed: The Australian cricket team was stuck in India after Australia closed its borders to the besieged country. The cricketers landed in Sydney on a private jet on Monday, May 17 at around 7:30 am after fleeing the country devastated by COVID to the Maldives.

Candice went on to say that the experience had been extremely difficult for the couple’s three daughters, Ivy, Indi and baby Isla, one.

“It was difficult, but even more so for my daughters, who are now of the age that they can feel and understand what’s going on,” she said. ‘I thought they were a little oblivious to the situation.

“But when they see things on the news or when parents come to school to ask how their father is or how David is, I think it was very difficult for us.”

Difficult: Candice said the experience had been extremely difficult for the couple's three daughters

Difficult: Candice said the experience had been extremely difficult for the couple’s three daughters

Earlier this month, it was reported that a group of Australian cricketers and their support staff had returned to Sydney after being stranded in India.

The cricketers landed on a private jet on Monday, May 17, around 7:30 a.m., after fleeing the country devastated by COVID to the Maldives.

The Australian cricket team was trapped in India after Australia closed its borders to the besieged country.

They were left behind after the Indian Premier League was indefinitely suspended and several players tested positive for COVID-19.

Back together:

Back together: “It was difficult, but even more so for my daughters, who are now at the age that they can feel and understand what’s going on,” she said. Pictured with daughters Ivy, six, Indi, five, and Isla, one

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