David Warner does the ‘Flick the Switch’ challenge with wife Candice
In the video, Warner ended up wearing Candice's swimming suit.
Published - Apr 27, 2020 5:02 pm | Updated - Apr 27, 2020 5:02 pm
David Warner last played in Australia’s ODI against New Zealand back in March at the iconic Sydney Cricket Ground. Since then, the southpaw hasn’t been seen on the field as the coronavirus pandemic keeps wreaking havoc across the globe. In this phase, he has no option, but to spend time at home with wife Candice and his daughters, Ivy Mae, Indi Rae and Isla Rose.
It was last year in July when Warner’s third daughter was born. The 33-year-old may not have cricket to play, but that hasn’t stopped him from staying connected to his fans. In order to keep interacting with his supporters, he has kept himself active on social media platforms. Plenty of times on Instagram, Warner has posted adorable picture with his better-half and their children.
David Warner’s creative video
Recently, the New South Wales-born has been making some hilarious tik-tok videos. After a few with his daughters, he has now made one with Candice. He took the ‘Flick the Switch’ challenge. In a clip shared by him, he was seen, wearing the Australian cricket gear with his wife in a swimming suit.
However, in a split second both were seen, exchanging costumes. The challenge was performed on Drake’s song ‘Nonstop. Warner captioned the video and wrote, “ISO Monday’s.”
Here’s the video
Later, Candice also uploaded a photo with her wearing the Aussie jersey and Warner in the swimming costume. She wrote, “Switching it up on a Monday. @davidwarner31 looking the goods in my old racing costume. #fun #switchitupchallenge.”
Until last year, Warner didn’t have the greatest of times. Back in 2018, he was found guilty in the ball-tampering scandal that threatened to end his career, once and for all. Cricket Australia (CA) slapped him with a one-year suspension after which he returned in the 2019 World Cup. There he played some scintillating knocks and helped his team reach the semi-final.
When the Aussies played in the 2019 Ashes, Warner was greeted with flak from the English crowd, His performance with the bat was also terrible as Stuart Broad got him out for fun. But then at the Adelaide Oval, he smashed his maiden Test triple-century against Pakistan.