Cricket WAG Candice Warner debuts glamorous new look

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    Cricket WAG Candice Warner debuts glamorous new look – as husband David Warner arrives back in Australia after he was left stranded in India

    Candice Warner debuted a new look on Monday. 

    The cricket WAG, 36, shared a mirror selfie to Instagram Stories, and she looked very trendy indeed. 

    In the image, Candice showed off her trim pins in denim mini dress with frayed edges and a belted waist. 

    Hot! Candice Warner (pictured) debuted a new look on Monday. The cricket WAG, 36, shared a mirror selfie to Instagram Stories, and she looked very trendy indeed

    Hot! Candice Warner (pictured) debuted a new look on Monday. The cricket WAG, 36, shared a mirror selfie to Instagram Stories, and she looked very trendy indeed

    Her towering pale pink stilettos added to her model-style look, and there was a hint of sultry librarian to the ensemble, as Candice donned reading glasses. 

    She wore her blonde hair down in waves around her face and opted for a flawless, natural makeup look with luscious nude lips. 

    Candice appeared to be hard at work, as she tagged the offices of a PR company in the image. 

    Home: The post comes after it was revealed that her husband of six years, David Warner (right), has arrived back in Australia

    Home: The post comes after it was revealed that her husband of six years, David Warner (right), has arrived back in Australia

    The post comes after it was revealed that her husband of six years, David Warner, has arrived back in Australia. 

    On Monday, it was reported that a group of Australian cricketers and their support staff had returned to Sydney after they were left stranded in India.

    The cricketers touched down on a private jet at around 7.30am on Monday, after fleeing the COVID ravaged country for the Maldives.  

    Can't wait: In an interview with The Daily Telegraph earlier this month, Candice said she was counting down the days until David could come home

     Can’t wait: In an interview with The Daily Telegraph earlier this month, Candice said she was counting down the days until David could come home

    In an interview with The Daily Telegraph earlier this month, Candice said she was counting down the days until David could come home.  

    ‘It is a dire situation in India and we’re really looking forward to having him home safe as soon as he can get back,’ she said at the time.   

    The Australian cricket team found themselves trapped in India after Australia closed its borders to the beleaguered nation. 

    They were left stranded after the Indian Premier League was suspended indefinitely and multiple players tested positive to COVID-19.  

    Better now: 'It is a dire situation in India and we're really looking forward to having him home safe as soon as he can get back,' she said at the time

    Better now: ‘It is a dire situation in India and we’re really looking forward to having him home safe as soon as he can get back,’ she said at the time

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