David and Candice Warner watch on proudly as their children hand neighbours lemonade

They recently moved into their $4 million mansion in Sydney’s Maroubra.

And on Sunday, David and Candice Warner proudly watched as daughters, Ivy, seven, and Indi, six, handed out free lemonade drinks to neighbors outside their new home.

The doting parents couldn’t wipe the smiles from their faces when Ivy and Indi helped the neighbors cool off from the Sydney heat by giving them free drinks.

David and Candice Warner were spotted proudly watching as their daughters, Ivy, seven, Indi, six, handed out free lemonade drinks to neighbors outside their home on Sunday

David and Candice Warner were spotted proudly watching as their daughters, Ivy, seven, Indi, six, handed out free lemonade drinks to neighbors outside their home on Sunday

David, 36, seemed in a good mood as he chatted with his wife as he sat in their front yard.

The former captain of the Australian national cricket team looked relaxed, dressed in a black t-shirt, blue baseball cap and sunglasses.

Candice, 37, also opted for comfort in a black shirt and shorts.

The doting parents couldn’t wipe the smiles from their faces as Ivy and Indi helped neighbors cool off from the Sydney heat by handing out free drinks

The 36-year-old former captain of the Australian national team appeared to be in a good mood, sitting in their front yard chatting with his wife

Candice rounded out her ensemble with a pair of black flip flops and let her long blonde hair down.

It’s been a long road for the couple and their daughters with a fleet of moving trucks parked in front of the property for the past few months.

They were recently spotted unloading the trucks, which contained mattresses, sofa cushions, chairs and several heavy-looking packages.

David looked relaxed, dressed in a black t-shirt, blue baseball cap and sunglasses

Candice, 37, also opted for comfort in a black single and shorts

Candice and David watched as Ivy and Indi handed cups of lemonade to the neighbours

At one point Ivy helped little Indi fill the glass with lemonade

David and Candice bought the house for $3.9 million in late 2015, before demolishing the property on the 892-square-foot property.

In February 2016, they sold their previous family home in Sydney’s Coogee for $7.05 million.

They later bought another $2.3 million home in Maroubra in May 2017, which acted as their townhouse while renovations were underway on their dream home.

It’s been a long road for the couple and their daughters with a fleet of moving trucks parked outside the property for the past few months.

David and Candice bought the house for $3.9 million in late 2015, before demolishing the property on the 892-square-foot property.

They later bought another $2.3 million home in Maroubra in May 2017, which acted as their townhouse while renovations were underway on their dream home.

Their terraced house was only half a mile away from their new five-storey house.

David and Candice are estimated to have spent about $4 million renovating the four-bedroom, two-bathroom property.

Their new home also features a self-contained guest house with its own entrance on the lower level.

David and Candice are estimated to have spent approximately $4 million renovating the four-bedroom, two-bathroom property

They sold their temporary home last July for $4.2 million, leading to reports that they were ready to move into their perpetual home.

Construction on the property began in 2017, with an estimated construction time of two years, but progressed over the years.

Despite previous reports that they were moving in, it was revealed in October last year that the property was still unfinished.

Construction on the property started in 2017, with an estimated construction time of two years, but ran over years