Sporty power couple David and Candice Warner were spotted showing off their fit physiques on a Sydney beach.
The happy couple took their two eldest daughters, Ivy Mae, eight, and Indi Rae, seven, to Coogee beach on Thursday for a fun family day out.
Cricket star David, 36, showed off his washboard abs as he went swimming with one of his daughters.
He wore black swimming trunks while out on the surf before changing into a comfortable outfit of cotton gray shorts, beige Nike hoodie and black trainers.
Sporty power couple David (pictured) and Candice Warner were spotted showing off their fit physiques on a Sydney beach
The father-of-three completed his look with a khaki cap and black sunglasses.
Former Ironwoman Candice, 37, looked every inch an athlete as she showed off her toned physique on the sand.
Showing off her footy skills, she kicked a soccer ball at herself while her daughters played in the ocean with David.
The happy couple took their two eldest daughters, Ivy Mae, eight, and Indi Rae, seven, to Coogee beach on Thursday for a fun family day out
Former Ironwoman Candice, 37, looked every inch an athlete as she showed off her toned body on the sand
The mother looked very stylish as she donned a crisp white top and short jeans.
She paired the outfit with black sandals and held off her shoulder-length brunette locks with a beach wave.
The couple, who also share Isla Rose, three, looked ecstatic to enjoy some family time with their two eldest daughters.
Candice and David have been making headlines in recent months following the release of her memoir Running Strong: Falling, Rising, Breathing.
On the publicity trail for her new book, the athlete appeared on The Matty Johns Podcast where she launched an attack on Cricket Australia, accusing the body of wanting to ‘sweep’ her husband out of the country following the Sandpapergate scandal.
Candice and David (pictured) have made headlines in recent months following the release of her memoir Running Strong: Falling, Rising, Breathing
In 2018, Cricket Australia banned the former Test vice-captain from any leadership role over his involvement in the Cape Town ball tampering incident.
During the third Test match of the series against South Africa, Warner and former Australia captain Steve Smith instructed batsman Cameron Bancroft to tamper with the ball with a piece of sandpaper.
Bancroft was caught on camera chafing the ball and was subsequently suspended from cricket for nine months, while Warner and Smith were all banned from the game for 12 months.
Smith was barred from captaining a team for two years, while Warner was banned for life from leadership roles.
On the publicity track for her new book, Candice (pictured) appeared on The Matty Johns Podcast where she launched an attack on Cricket Australia
“There was no support. Basically from the moment we left the hotel in South Africa, David was wiped out,” Candice told the podcast.
“There was no Cricket Australia official to help him. There was nothing. It’s like, “Actually, you’re taking care of yourself right now.”
‘Thank you for your services (…) probably we will do our best to make sure you never come back to play cricket for our country.
“We’re going to blame you for everything. And that’s what they did.’
Candice said there was ‘no support’ from Cricket Australia following the cheating allegations