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Cricketer David Warner bids his wife Candice farewell as he heads to the UAE for work

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‘I’ll miss you’: Cricketer David Warner bids his wife Candice farewell as he heads to the UAE for work… while the ex-ironwoman prepares for gruelling new reality series SAS Australia

David Warner has bid his wife Candice and their daughters a sweet farewell as he prepares to head off to play cricket during the Indian Premiere League in the UAE.   

The cricketer, 33, shared three cosy Instagram snaps with the ironwoman-turned-WAG,35, as he told her how much he would miss her.   

‘A very different goodbye for us this time, it’s been an unbelievable time at home with the family and I am going to miss you and the girls very much,’ he captioned the snaps.  

'Miss you very much': David Warner has bid his wife Candice and their daughters farewell as he prepares to head off to play cricket during the Indian Premiere League in the UAE

‘Miss you very much’: David Warner has bid his wife Candice and their daughters farewell as he prepares to head off to play cricket during the Indian Premiere League in the UAE

David added the hashtags: #anotherchallenge #gotthis #family @candywarner1 #mywife #mylove.’

Meanwhile, Candice is preparing to film for Channel Seven’s new military-style reality show, SAS Australia.

Last week, she revealed why she signed up for the gruelling challenge, which will see celebrities endure everything sleep deprivation, to interrogation, even psychological testing.

She told the The Daily Telegraph: ‘I want to make my family proud so that my daughters can look up on the screen and see their mum and kiss the screen like they do when their daddy’s on TV.’

'Very different goodbye': The cricketer, 33, shared three cosy Instagram snaps with the ironwoman-turned-WAG,35, as he told her how much he would miss her

‘Very different goodbye’: The cricketer, 33, shared three cosy Instagram snaps with the ironwoman-turned-WAG,35, as he told her how much he would miss her

Candice continued: ‘I’m doing this for my family, for my kids and for myself. Since retiring about seven or eight years ago I haven’t had a goal.

‘I haven’t challenged myself as much as I’d like to so I just want to see how strong I am, how far I can push myself.’

Candice will star on the endurance reality show, with her years as a professional athlete giving her an advantage mentally and physically.

She will star alongside PR queen Roxy Jacenko, former Bachelor Nick Cummins and Schapelle Corby.

He captioned the snaps: 'A very different goodbye for us this time, it’s been an unbelievable time at home with the family and I am going to miss you and the girls very much'

He captioned the snaps: ‘A very different goodbye for us this time, it’s been an unbelievable time at home with the family and I am going to miss you and the girls very much’

The cricket WAG has certainly had her fair share of ups and downs alongside husband David Warner over the past two years.

David was banned for one year by Cricket Australia after he helped mastermind a plot to cheat in the Third Test against South Africa in March 2018.

Former captain Steve Smith and player Cameron Bancroft were also punished for their involvement, receiving 12-month and nine-month bans respectively.

SAS Australia premieres this October on Channel Seven. 

Intense: Candice is preparing to film for Channel Seven's new military-style reality show, SAS Australia

Intense: Candice is preparing to film for Channel Seven’s new military-style reality show, SAS Australia

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