They are the sporting power couple who dote on their two daughters Ivy Mae, three, and Indi Rae, one.
And David Warner showcased his kids’ cheeky side in a series of photos from his family vacation with wife Candice in Chennai, India.
‘There she is again when you ask Indi Rae to smile. Love my family,’ the cricket star captioned one picture that showed his youngest pulling a silly face rather posing for the camera.
Close unit: Candice Warner was very much in a family frame of mind on Saturday when her and husband David shared a series of cute poolside photos while on vacation in Chennai, India
Meanwhile, his oldest sported a mischievous smile for the shot as she wrapped her arms around mum and dad’s necks for the snap.
His wife Candice was looking radiant and relaxed on the holiday.
Wearing some subtle diamond bling in her ears, she kept her blonde locks tied back in a pony tail for the pool outing.
Candice also shared some pictures of the family break to her Instagram, with one of David teaching youngest daughter Indi how to swim.
Adorable: The Hell’s Kitchen star took to Instagram to share a photo that showed her and David cuddling close to daughter Ivy
Making a splash: Candice sheared a second photo that showed dad David teaching youngest daughter Indi how to swim.
In another the Hell’s Kitchen star and her husband are seen cuddling close to their oldest daughter Ivy.
David looked every bit the proud parent as he guided his progeny through the water while Indi was the very picture of determination, stoically pushing a fist through the water.
David shared a photo, that appeared to be taken after the lesson that showed him proudly smiling behind Indi.
With her hair still wet from the pool, Indi sported a playful expression, looking adorable in her frilly pink swimsuit.
Doting: David shared a photo, that appeared to be taken after the lesson that showed him proudly smiling behind Indi
Speaking to Nova’s Fitzy and Wippa last year, Candice hit out at unrealistic portrayals of parenthood on social media.
‘It’s not real and I’m over it,’ she told the breakfast radio show hosts.
‘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.’
Social media smoke and mirrors: ‘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 in 2016