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Candice Warner breaks down after seeing a video message from her family on SAS Australia

An emotional Candice Warner breaks down in tears after seeing a video message from her family and slams the computer shut leaving the DS shocked on SAS Australia

She’s one of the strongest recruits on SAS Australia, but the show’s DS (directing staff) found Candice Warner’s weak spot during Tuesday’s episode.

The 35-year-old former Ironwoman was pulled into the interrogation room, where she was shown a video of her young family.

After having the hood removed from her head, an emotional Candice immediately clutched her cheeks and began to cry after seeing her husband of five years, David Warner, and two of their daughters, Ivy, six, and Indi, four, on a laptop monitor.

Breaking down: She’s one of the strongest recruits on SAS Australia, but the show’s DS (directing staff) found Candice Warner’s weak spot during Tuesday’s episode

‘Hey, darling. How you going? We hope you are going well,’ began cricketer David, 34, in a pre-recorded message.

As Candice’s daughters began to speak, she grew increasingly emotional, and began to rock back and forth.

‘I love you, Mum. I miss you. I hope you’re going okay,’ said Ivy, before Indi interjected and said, ‘Mum, I wish you would come back now…’

Getting emotional: The 35-year-old former Ironwoman was pulled into the interrogation room, where she was shown a video of her young family

Getting emotional: The 35-year-old former Ironwoman was pulled into the interrogation room, where she was shown a video of her young family

Family: After having the hood removed from her head, an emotional Candice immediately clutched her cheeks and began to cry after seeing her husband of five years, David Warner, and two of their daughters, Ivy, six, and Indi, four, on a laptop monitor

Family: After having the hood removed from her head, an emotional Candice immediately clutched her cheeks and began to cry after seeing her husband of five years, David Warner, and two of their daughters, Ivy, six, and Indi, four, on a laptop monitor

They all then wished Candice ‘good luck’ and told her how ‘proud’ they were, as she squeezed her eyes closed and continued to hold her face.

Before their message had even ended, Candice stood up and slammed the laptop shut, before pacing the interrogation room.

Her intense reaction shocked the show’s DS (directing staff), who had been watching her on a hidden camera.

Losing it: Before their message had even ended, Candice stood up and slammed the laptop shut, before pacing the interrogation room

Losing it: Before their message had even ended, Candice stood up and slammed the laptop shut, before pacing the interrogation room

‘Wow. I wasn’t expecting that. She seems quite f**king strong,’ a taken aback Billy Billingham told Jason Fox. 

Sitting alone in the interrogation room, Candice continued to cry as she reflected on the video from her family.

‘My biggest strength, but also my biggest weakness is leaving my kids for the first time. My family means a lot,’ she later confessed, getting emotional once again. 

'My biggest strength, but also my biggest weakness is leaving my kids for the first time. My family means a lot,' she later confessed, getting emotional once again

‘My biggest strength, but also my biggest weakness is leaving my kids for the first time. My family means a lot,’ she later confessed, getting emotional once again

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