Warner's fiance Candice plans to get married during 2015 World Cup
Candice Falzon is aiming to become Mrs David Warner during the Australian summer; she has other plans for 2014-15 and those include being part of the 2015 Australian Surf Life Saving Championships
Candice Falzon (29) is aiming to become Mrs David Warner during the Australian summer. The Australian cricketer's fiancé has other plans for 2014-15 and those include being part of the 2015 Australian Surf Life Saving Championships.
Australia's David Warner and partner Candice Falzon pose with the Ashes urn which the hosts clinched in the Sydney Test against England last January
"I'm setting my goals for next year. A wedding is one of them. A content family is too. And donning the sky blue cap of Manly Surf Life Saving Club and competing at Kirra Beach is on the list as well," the blonde beauty wrote in Australia's Sunday Telegraph yesterday.
The mother of little Ivy, who was born last September, is all set to hit the fitness road. "I've also commenced my journey as the new 'me'. I am too juggling, making the time to keep fit by running a few times a week. I'm definitely not overdoing it, just testing the boundaries of my strength and fitness. I've been back to the gym once and lifted weights.
I was pleased to realise I hadn't lost too much of my strength in my six month pregnancy hiatus. That felt good. A little bit of the old me was still in there," he wrote. Falzon spent sometime with Warner in Dubai where he was playing the Test series against Pakistan.
Candice Falzon. Pics/Getty Images
"I've felt all these things myself. But knowing that I feel my best when I feel strong and healthy I've really tried – and mostly succeeded – to push through and be active," she felt.
She is convince she has the right kind of support to make the headlines at the surfing event next year. "I have the full support of Dave (Warner) to live my dream and a little girl who's my greatest inspiration.
I'm keen and determined to make them both proud: "This summer, family comes first and 2014 will belong to Ivy and my fiancé, living his dream, playing cricket for our country. Australia will host the (Cricket) World Cup and there's plenty of firsts ahead for my little girl who's changing every single day."