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Inside Candice Warner’s shopping trolley: WAG reveals what family eat as she leave Woolworths

She’s known for her athletic prowess and fit physique – a result of her gruelling training sessions.

And Ironwoman Candice Warner revealed what she and her family like to snack on as she left a local Woolworths on Thursday.

The 37-year-old WAG, who shares three children with cricketer David Warner, arrived home from the supermarket with several shopping bags containing Sultana Bran, Cob’s Salty and Sweet popcorn, a pack of Pringles Minis Sour Cream & Onion Potato Chips and a slab of Coke Zero.

What’s in the bag? Candice Warner revealed what she and her family like to snack on as she left a local Woolworths on Thursday

The bags also appeared to contain cleaning products, Cruskits Light Crispbreads and some Arnott’s biscuits.

Candice dressed casually for the supermarket run. 

She dressed her fit figure in a pair of three-quarter jeans teamed with a Givenchy T-shirt and white sneakers. 

The blonde beauty covered her eyes with designer sunglasses and appeared to be makeup free. 

Snacks: The 37-year-old WAG, who shares three children with cricketer David Warner, arrived home from the supermarket with several shopping bags containing Sultana Bran, Cob's Salty and Sweet popcorn, a pack of Pringles Minis Sour Cream & Onion Potato Chips and a slab of Coke Zero

Snacks: The 37-year-old WAG, who shares three children with cricketer David Warner, arrived home from the supermarket with several shopping bags containing Sultana Bran, Cob’s Salty and Sweet popcorn, a pack of Pringles Minis Sour Cream & Onion Potato Chips and a slab of Coke Zero

Casual: Candice dressed casually for the supermarket run. She dressed her fit figure in a pair of three-quarter jeans teamed with a Givenchy T-shirt and white sneakers

Casual: Candice dressed casually for the supermarket run. She dressed her fit figure in a pair of three-quarter jeans teamed with a Givenchy T-shirt and white sneakers

Candice has just returned from India with her three children – Ivy Mae, seven, Indi Rae, five, and Isla, two – after they were in the country to support David while he plays  in the Indian Premier League. 

Candice recently made a spectacular career comeback as she took part in her first Ironwoman competition in 10 years.

She was in her element at the 2022 Surf Life Saving Australia event on the Gold Coast back in April, where she won six medals in the masters category.

Candice showed off her incredibly fit physique in pink and black swimwear as she took to the surf.

No-fuss: She covered her eyes with designer sunglasses and appeared to be makeup free

No-fuss: She covered her eyes with designer sunglasses and appeared to be makeup free

No-fuss: She covered her eyes with designer sunglasses and appeared to be makeup free

Back to her roots: Candice Warner (née Falzon) made a spectacular career comeback on Tuesday as she took part in her first Ironwoman competition in 10 years

Back to her roots: Candice Warner (née Falzon) made a spectacular career comeback on Tuesday as she took part in her first Ironwoman competition in 10 years

She looked focused as she completed the swim, run and board leg of the event.

She previously revealed her excitement ahead of her return to the sport.

‘In just a little over a week I’ll be back racing in my first national Surf Life Saving Australia championship in about 10 years. This will be fun,’ she wrote on Instagram. 

Congratulations! Candice won six medals in the masters category

Congratulations! Candice won six medals in the masters category

Candice balances motherhood with a career that includes TV commentating, radio gigs and ambassador roles.

Candice has made no secret of her struggles raising three children alone while David, 35, spends most of the year playing cricket overseas. 

The Sydneysider, who married batsman David in 2015, admitted on Nova’s Not Another Parenting Podcast in December she once cried in her car from the stress and loneliness while her husband was away.

‘It has been a challenge, and you think as a mum, as a wife, as anyone, you’re invincible. But we all have our weaknesses, our moments,’ she said.

‘And there’s been times where… I’ve been driving and I just break down into tears. Or my kids are in the back screaming. I’m just like, “When is this going to end?”‘

Challenging: The Sydneysider, who married batsman David in 2015, admitted in December she once cried in her car from the stress and loneliness while her husband was away

Challenging: The Sydneysider, who married batsman David in 2015, admitted in December she once cried in her car from the stress and loneliness while her husband was away

Candice revealed her husband is ‘generally away 300 days of the year’ and that the couple had spent only three months together out of the last 14. 

‘It’s difficult because he’s your husband and your best friend. And that’s the person who you turn to normally,’ she said. 

Family: The couple (pictured with their three children) live in a $4million mansion in Maroubra, in Sydney's eastern suburbs

Family: The couple (pictured with their three children) live in a $4million mansion in Maroubra, in Sydney’s eastern suburbs

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