Australian cricketer David Warner has broken his silence on her shocking miscarriage in an emotional Instagram post.
Sharing a sweet photo of his family to the social media platform, the former vice captain of Australia's cricket team wrote: 'When you’re living the dream you must enjoy every moment of it regardless of the highs and lows. We as a family have been through one of the toughest times ever the last few months but nothing will ever stop us from being just us.
'I have three of the best girls in the world that I cherish and love every single waking day. I am truly blessed with this!!
'My wife my rock has endured pain, disappointment, regrets in her past and so many highs and lows but the courage Candice has shown in recent months is a testament to the qualities she has as a mother, person, friend and wife.
'I'm grateful everyday I get to call her my wife and my soul mate, I wouldn’t want it any other way.'
David was banned for 12 months by Cricket Australia after being accused of masterminding a plot to change the condition of the ball during the third Test in Cape Town in March.
Former captain Steve Smith and player Cameron Bancroft were also punished for their involvement in the cheating plan.
Candice Warner told Australian Women's Weekly the miscarriage was a 'heartbreaking end to a horror tour'.
The mother-of-two described the devastating moment she realised she was miscarrying.
'I called Dave to the bathroom and told him I was bleeding. We knew I was miscarrying. We held one another and cried,' she said.
'The miscarriage was a heartbreaking end to a horror tour. The ordeal from the public humiliations to the ball tampering had taken its toll and, from that moment, we decided nothing will impact our lives like that again.'