Candice Warner seems tense with husband David who is still detained abroad

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Candice Warner seems tense as she takes a call while running errands in Bondi – with husband David trapped abroad amid Covid crisis

Candice Warner seemed to feel the tension of her husband David Warner’s absence when she stepped into Bondi on Wednesday.

The cricket star, 34, was recently stranded in India during the country’s ‘second wave’ Covid crisis, but has now been evacuated to the Maldives.

Candice, 36, took a call while she was shopping earlier this week.

Tense: Candice Warner (pictured) seemed to feel the tension of her husband David Warner’s absence when she stepped into Bondi on Wednesday

She had a tense expression as she spoke to someone on the other end and seemed distracted.

The former Ironwoman dressed smartly for the trip wearing an oversized black sweatshirt with artistic splash prints.

The SAS Australia star added black cycling shorts and Nike animal print sneakers.

Call: Candice, 36, took a call while she was out shopping earlier this week.

Call: Candice, 36, took a call while she was out shopping earlier this week.

Anxiety: She had a tense expression while talking to someone on the other end and seemed distracted

Anxiety: She had a tense expression while talking to someone on the other end and seemed distracted

On Thursday, Candice said she was counting down the days until David can come home.

“It’s a dire situation in India and we really look forward to having him home safely as soon as he can be back,” she said. The Daily Telegraph.

Australian cricket stars have since left India for the luxurious safety of the Maldives.

Harassed Batsman: The cricket star, 34, was recently stranded in India during the country's 'second wave' Covid crisis, but has now been evacuated to the Maldives.  David is depicted

Harassed Batsman: The cricket star, 34, was recently stranded in India during the country’s ‘second wave’ Covid crisis, but has now been evacuated to the Maldives. David is depicted

Cricket Australia announced on Thursday that a 38-member cohort of Aussie players, coaches, commentators, umpires and support staff will now remain in the Maldives until the travel ban from India is lifted after May 15.

The organization also said some of the sport’s biggest names, including David Warner, Pat Cummins, Steve Smith, Marcus Stoinis and Ricky Ponting, are not seeking exemptions to bypass Australian government travel bans.

They will spend at least 10 days in the Maldives before going into quarantine for another 14 days when returning to Australia on a charter flight organized by the governing body of Indian cricket.

Stranded: David is depicted with wife Candice and their two eldest daughters Indi and Ivy Mae

Stranded: David is depicted with wife Candice and their two eldest daughters Indi and Ivy Mae

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