Candice Warner reveals she and husband David have no issue ‘pooing in front of each other’ as she candidly describes their toilet habits

Candice Warner has revealed surprising and intimate details about her marriage to famed cricketer David Warner.

The former ironwoman, 39, said that the couple have no boundaries even when it comes to sharing the bathroom when David, 37, is sitting on the toilet. 

‘It’s a natural thing and it blows my mind when couples don’t feel comfortable pooing in front of each other,’ she said.

Candice made the comments during a segment on Triple Ms Rush Hour on Friday, during a discussion about when it was ok to ‘fart and poo’ in front of a partner.

She also said that early on their relationship, before they were married, David opened up to her about his personal habits.

Candice Warner has revealed surprising and intimate details about her marriage to cricketer David Warner. The former ironwoman, 39, said that the couple have no boundaries even when it comes to sharing the bathroom when David, 37, is sitting on the toilet (both pictured)

Before heading to England to spent time with the cricketer in the early days of their relationship David had warned her: ”’I fart and poo a lot”’. 

Candice added that there was no ‘dating’ for the couple before they got serious.

Elsewhere in the chat Candice said the couple ‘don’t even have doors’ on the toilets in their home.

‘If David is on the toilet I will brush my teeth and I will get ready,’ she said. 

It comes after Candice offered a glimpse into her family life with her husband David following his retirement from Test cricket. 

Candice made the comments during a segment on Triple Ms Rush Hour on Friday, during a discussion about when it was ok to 'fart and poo' in front of a partner

Candice made the comments during a segment on Triple Ms Rush Hour on Friday, during a discussion about when it was ok to ‘fart and poo’ in front of a partner

Candice said that early on their relationship, before they were married, David opened up to her about his personal habits, telling her he 'farted and pooed' - a lot. Pictured: The Warners with their kids - Ivy Mae, nine, Indi Rae, eight, and Isla Rose, five

Candice said that early on their relationship, before they were married, David opened up to her about his personal habits, telling her he ‘farted and pooed’ – a lot. Pictured: The Warners with their kids – Ivy Mae, nine, Indi Rae, eight, and Isla Rose, five

She revealed she has given the sports star a financial allowance.

Speaking on the Backstage with Cooper and Matty Johns podcast in a joint interview with David in March she explained she tightened the purse strings because her husband is a huge spender.

She added that David doesn’t even have a banking app on his own phone.

‘I’m pretty conservative, but David definitely is the spender,’ she explained.

‘David has an allowance. It’s a healthy allowance so don’t think I’ve got him by the balls and he can’t enjoy his life.’

He joked of his allowance: ‘I’ve had a decline once, I’ve had it once, and I said, “have I been paid?”‘ 

The mother-of-three also gave an insight into how their family life will change following David’s retirement from test cricket.

She gushed over the time David is currently able to spend with her and their kids – Ivy Mae, nine, Indi Rae, eight, and Isla Rose, five – but said he will still have to go away for long stretches.

Candice admitted she was ‘relieved’ after his retirement, but clarified people’s expectations that David will now just be at stay at home dad.

David shocked the sporting world by announcing his retirement from Test and One Day International cricket in June last year.

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