Candice Warner is being encouraged tomorrow – so it won't disturb Dave's cricket game

Pregnant Candice Warner plans to give birth to her and David & # 39; s third child later in the UK TODAY

  • Candice Warner will be urged in London on Sunday to have her third child
  • David is currently speaking New Zealand to Lord & # 39; s the day before he goes to the hospital
  • The couple are expecting a girl and already have two daughters of 4 and 2 years old
  • Candice and the children will live in London in September until the end of the ashes
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After weeks of speculation, it is announced that David Warner & # 39; s pregnant wife Candice will be induced on Sunday at a London hospital to have their third child.

David will be with Candice during her delivery, before joining teammates in Manchester later in the week to continue Australia's World Cup campaign.

Candice, their daughters Indi Rae, four, and Ivy Mae, two, and their newborn children go to an apartment in Paddington in September until the end of the Ashes.

Timing the baby to arrive on Sunday makes the most of the seven-day break from the Australian cricket team and ensures that Warner does not miss a World Cup match.

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With the Ashes series to follow the World Cup, the Warner's baby will grow up in London for her first three months.

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Candice, their daughters Indi Rae, four, and Ivy Mae, two, and their newborn children will move to an apartment in London until David (right) completes the Ashes series in September

Candice, their daughters Indi Rae, four, and Ivy Mae, two, and their newborn children will move to an apartment in London until David (right) completes the Ashes series in September

Candice flew to London last month, just before the travel deadline ended in her pregnancy. Pictured at the airport with her and David's two daughters Indi Rae and Ivy Mae

Candice flew to London last month, just before the travel deadline ended in her pregnancy. Pictured at the airport with her and David's two daughters Indi Rae and Ivy Mae

Candice flew to London last month, just before the travel deadline ended in her pregnancy. Pictured at the airport with her and David's two daughters Indi Rae and Ivy Mae

Warner cuts the birth of his wife perfectly – with the New Zealand starsman playing with Lord & # 39; s on the eve of Candice going to the hospital.

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The leading run-scorer of the World Cup will remain in London to be born before he goes to Manchester for the final group clash against South Africa on July 6.

& # 39; Our preparation (for South Africa) starts when I return to Manchester, & # 39; said Warner.

& # 39; I have a wonderful, supportive wife, also a great family base at home.

& # 39; We have great support around us, the boys here have been fantastic, they really stepped around me at this important moment for my family.

& # 39; But my wife, just as selfless as she is, cricket & # 39; s priority and winning games for Australia and that is what we are trying to do. & # 39;

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Australian coach Justin Langer said last week that he was right about the situation and that he had to plan around it.

David comes to Candice & # 39; s side while pleasing, before joining teammates later in Manchester to continue Australia's World Cup campaign

David comes to Candice & # 39; s side while pleasing, before joining teammates later in Manchester to continue Australia's World Cup campaign

David comes to Candice & # 39; s side while pleasing, before joining teammates later in Manchester to continue Australia's World Cup campaign

Allowing the baby to arrive on Sunday makes the most of the seven-day break from the Australian cricket team and ensures that Warner does not miss a match at the World Cup. Depicted with wife Candice in 2017

Allowing the baby to arrive on Sunday makes the most of the seven-day break from the Australian cricket team and ensures that Warner does not miss a match at the World Cup. Depicted with wife Candice in 2017

Allowing the baby to arrive on Sunday makes the most of the seven-day break from the Australian cricket team and ensures that Warner does not miss a match at the World Cup. Depicted with wife Candice in 2017

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Combined with Finch, Warner has been part of the best opening combination in the World Cup and his place at the top of the order is vital for Australia.

Warner was banned from cricket for a year because of his role in the scandal with the madness in March 2018.

He has made a wonderful return to cricket since the ban was lifted this year.

The batsman became the first to score two 150+ scores in the Cricket World Cup after scoring 166 points against Bangladesh on June 20.

Warner and his family have endured a difficult 15 months ago since the drama & # 39; s in Cape Town last year.

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The 32-year-old confirmed that he and Candice had suffered the pain of not just one but two miscarriages at the time.

Warner made a stunning return to cricket and became the first batsman to score two 150+ scores in the Cricket World Cup after scoring 166 points against Bangladesh on June 20.

Warner made a stunning return to cricket and became the first batsman to score two 150+ scores in the Cricket World Cup after scoring 166 points against Bangladesh on June 20.

Warner made a stunning return to cricket and became the first batsman to score two 150+ scores in the Cricket World Cup after scoring 166 points against Bangladesh on June 20.

Warner was banned for 12 months after manipulating a plot to change the condition of the ball during the third test in Cape Town in March 2018. Shown at a press conference in Sydney that same month

Warner was banned for 12 months after manipulating a plot to change the condition of the ball during the third test in Cape Town in March 2018. Shown at a press conference in Sydney that same month

Warner was banned for 12 months after manipulating a plot to change the condition of the ball during the third test in Cape Town in March 2018. Shown at a press conference in Sydney that same month

Warner said that personal and family heartache had changed his outlook in his time away from cricket.

& # 39; Yes certainly (gives it all perspective) & # 39 ;, Warner said.

& # 39; It was a shame that we had had the two miscarriages at that time and that we had had a (baby) here before.

& # 39; The statistics are there, one in four I think it is.

& # 39; So we're just thankful that we have two healthy little girls right now, and hopefully the third on Sunday, so I'm really looking forward. & # 39;

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