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David and Candice Warner dote on their daughters

They’re proud parents to daughters Ivy Mae, three, and Indi Rae, one.

And sports star David Warner and his wife Candice enjoyed quality time with their little ones on Monday.

The famous family celebrated Christmas morning at an Australia Nets cricket session in Melbourne. 

Proud as punch! David and Candice Warner doted on their adorable daughters Ivy Mae and Indi Rae, at an Australia Nets cricket session, in Melbourne on Monday 

David, 31, wore the signature Australia Nets outfit, consisting of a green jersey and grey slacks by ASICS.

Making his way over to his brood, the athlete doted on his precious daughter Indi Rae.

The youngster looked cute as a button in a pink frilled dress and had her short locks swept into a ponytail.

Precious: David, 31, sported the signature Australia Nets outfit, consisting of a slim-fitting green jersey and grey slacks by brand Asics. Making his way over to his brood, the athlete doted on his precious daughter Indi Rae 

Precious: David, 31, sported the signature Australia Nets outfit, consisting of a slim-fitting green jersey and grey slacks by brand Asics. Making his way over to his brood, the athlete doted on his precious daughter Indi Rae 

Pink attire: The youngster looked cute as a button in a pink frilled dress and had her short locks swept into a ponytail 

Pink attire: The youngster looked cute as a button in a pink frilled dress and had her short locks swept into a ponytail 

Proud mother Candice, 32, was close by, embracing the couple’s firstborn daughter, Ivy Mae.

Former professional ironwoman Candice, wore a black round-neck sweater, teamed with lightwash denim cut-off shorts and black flats. 

Her blonde locks were styled straight and she appeared to sport a minimal makeup palette.  

Attentive: Proud mother Candice, 32, was close by, embracing the couple's firstborn daughter, Ivy Mae 

Attentive: Proud mother Candice, 32, was close by, embracing the couple’s firstborn daughter, Ivy Mae 

Too cute: Ivy Mae looked adorable, pulling a number of animated expressions 

Too cute: Ivy Mae looked adorable, pulling a number of animated expressions 

Captured: Proud mother Candice took a few fun snaps of her brood on the family outing 

Captured: Proud mother Candice took a few fun snaps of her brood on the family outing 

The high-profile family made the most of their day out, with Candice capturing a series of fun snaps on her monogrammed iPhone.

Ivy Mae also got into the spirit of the day, seen making a number of animated expressions as she watched her dad. 

Meanwhile, Candice revealed to The Daily Telegraph this month that Ivy Mae’s favourite cricket player isn’t her father, despite him being the vice-captain of the Australian team.

‘[Ivy] loves Daddy but her favourite cricketer is Starcy (Mitchell Starc),’ Candice told the publication.  

Cricket talk: Meanwhile, Candice revealed to The Daily Telegraph this month that Ivy Mae's favourite cricket player isn't her father, despite him being the vice-captain of the Australian team 

Cricket talk: Meanwhile, Candice revealed to The Daily Telegraph this month that Ivy Mae’s favourite cricket player isn’t her father, despite him being the vice-captain of the Australian team 

She's a fan: The former professional ironwoman told the publication: '[Ivy] loves Daddy but her favourite cricketer is Starcy (Mitchell Starc)'

She’s a fan: The former professional ironwoman told the publication: ‘[Ivy] loves Daddy but her favourite cricketer is Starcy (Mitchell Starc)’

‘She wants to be a bowler,’ she added about her little one’s sporting ambitions.

In 2016, the brand ambassador opened up about motherhood and said she was sick of parents trying to attempt to create an image of ‘perfection’. 

‘I’ve had enough of all the mums out there, and sometimes the dads, but mainly the mums, trying to portray this perfect mum and perfect baby, when everyone knows that’s just not the case,’ Candice told Nova’s Fitzy and Wippa.

She added that ignoring the not-so-glamorous realities that come with being a new parent can create unnecessary pressure for parents, which can lead to issues such as post-natal depression.

‘It’s putting pressure on other people but it’s also putting pressure on themselves to sustain that life and it’s too hard.’ 

Speaking out: And in 2016, Candice opened up about motherhood and said she was sick of parents trying to attempt to create an image of 'perfection'

Speaking out: And in 2016, Candice opened up about motherhood and said she was sick of parents trying to attempt to create an image of ‘perfection’

Issue of perfection: 'I've had enough of all the mums out there, and sometimes the dads, but mainly the mums, trying to portray this perfect mum and perfect baby, when everyone knows that's just not the case,' the brand ambassador told Nova's Fitzy and Wippa 

Issue of perfection: ‘I’ve had enough of all the mums out there, and sometimes the dads, but mainly the mums, trying to portray this perfect mum and perfect baby, when everyone knows that’s just not the case,’ the brand ambassador told Nova’s Fitzy and Wippa 



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