Candice Warner is an Australian former professional ironwoman, surf lifesaver, and model. She was born on March 13, 1985, in Sydney, Australia, and is also known by her maiden name, Falzon.
In 2014, Candice married Australian cricketer David Warner, and the couple has three daughters together.
Candice gained media attention in 2007 when she was named “Miss Indy” and competed in the Miss Universe Australia pageant.
She also appeared in the reality TV show “It Takes Two” in 2008, and the following year, she competed in the Australian version of “Dancing with the Stars.”
Candice retired from professional ironwoman competition in 2013 to focus on her family and pursue other interests.
She has since become a successful businesswoman, launching her own line of swimwear called “Finz” and co-founding the company “Candice Warner Swimwear” with her husband.
In 2018, Candice was involved in a ball-tampering scandal that rocked the Australian cricket team. Her husband David, along with two other players, was caught on camera trying to alter the condition of the ball during a test match against South Africa.
Candice received a lot of criticism from the media and public for her involvement in the scandal, which led to her.
Candice Warner Parents: Meet Michael Falzon, Kerry Falzon
Candice Warner’s parents are named Michael and Kerry Falzon. They are both originally from Malta but moved to Australia before Candice was born.
Not much is publicly known about her parents or their professions. Candice has two sisters, named Kristy and Lisa, and they have remained close as a family.
Candice has spoken publicly about the importance of family in her life and how much she values the support she receives from her loved ones.