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Candice Warner jetted into Melbourne Airport with her three children on Wednesday ahead of watching her cricketer husband David play in the T20 World Cup. 

Dressed in a chic khaki trench coat and Gucci T-shirt, the Sydney cricket WAG was all smiles as she guided her lookalike daughters Ivy Mae, eight, Indi Rae, seven, and Isla Rose, three, through the bustling terminal. 

She completed her look with a pair of beige palazzo trousers, black sandals and a gold chain necklace. 

Candice Warner, 37, jetted into Melbourne Airport with her three children on Wednesday ahead of watching her cricketer husband David play in the T20 World Cup. (Candice is pictured with daughter Ivy Mae, eight)

Candice Warner, 37, jetted into Melbourne Airport with her three children on Wednesday ahead of watching her cricketer husband David play in the T20 World Cup. (Candice is pictured with daughter Ivy Mae, eight) 

The former Ironwoman appeared to go makeup-free and allowed her straight, blonde locks to fall loosely by her shoulders. 

Looking every inch the multitasking mum, Candice was later seen pushing a pile of luggage outside the airport while keeping a close eye on her kids. 

Candice will likely be present at Melbourne’s MCG as David plays for Australia during the team’s T20 showdown on Friday. 

Dressed in a khaki trench coat and Gucci T-shirt, the Sydney cricket WAG guided her lookalike daughters Ivy Mae, eight, Indi Rae, seven, and Isla Rose, three, through the bustling terminal (all pictured)

Dressed in a khaki trench coat and Gucci T-shirt, the Sydney cricket WAG guided her lookalike daughters Ivy Mae, eight, Indi Rae, seven, and Isla Rose, three, through the bustling terminal (all pictured)  

Candice beamed at onlookers as she made her way towards the baggage claim area

Candice beamed at onlookers as she made her way towards the baggage claim area 

The sighting comes days after Candice revealed how she’s learned to cope with trolling following a string of scandals over the years. 

‘I had my integrity kicked to the curb after being publicly shamed as a woman, wife and mother, without a single regard for my emotional wellbeing – no-one deserves that,’ she told old WHO magazine this week. 

‘When I look back at the past 30 years, I’m proud of the person I’ve become. I’m a survivor.’ 

Looking every inch the multitasking mum, Candice was later seen puhing a pile of luggage outside the airport while keeping a close eye on her kids.

Looking every inch the multitasking mum, Candice was later seen pushing a pile of luggage outside the airport while keeping a close eye on her kids

Candice went on to say that she hopes to be a good example for her young daughters. 

‘Resilience and dogged determination run through my veins. Our girls are all strong characters – they’re confident and caring, and already have the skills to figure out what’s right and wrong,’ she said. 

‘I want them to always know that feeling compromised is not okay. To look in the mirror and be proud of the remarkable people they’ve become.’

The former Ironwoman appeared to go makeup-free and allowed her straight, blonde locks to fall loosely by her shoulders

The former Ironwoman appeared to go makeup-free and allowed her straight, blonde locks to fall loosely by her shoulders

Candice will likely be present at Melbourne's MCG as David plays for Australia during the team's T20 showdown on Friday

Candice will likely be present at Melbourne’s MCG as David plays for Australia during the team’s T20 showdown on Friday

Candice also recently opened up about her husband David’s ball-tampering scandal in South Africa and the painful legacy of her ‘toilet tryst’ with former NRL star Sonny Bill Williams in an emotionally raw new interview.

The former Ironwoman told The Jess Rowe Big Talk Show podcast it had required ‘incredible resilience’ to withstand such public humiliation.

Candice, who suffered a miscarriage due to the stress of the ball-tampering scandal in 2018, told host Jessica Rowe she had ‘learned to live’ with the vile sexist abuse from cricket fans stemming from her 2007 indiscretion with Sonny Bill.

The sighting comes days after Candice revealed how she's learned to cope with trolling following a string of scandals over the years

The sighting comes days after Candice revealed how she’s learned to cope with trolling following a string of scandals over the years 

‘I’ve kind of had to live with it, I have gotten used to it,’ Candice said of the abuse she cops on social media and from crowds at her husband’s cricket matches. 

‘Just the other day I went for a walk and people were calling things out… in this day and age, it blows my mind to think people are so narrow-minded, but I have learnt to live with it,’ she added.

Candice said that while in South Africa in the lead-up to her husband’s cheating scandal, she felt ’embarrassed’ by the spectators’ ‘horrible’ taunts.

‘When I did see that in South Africa, all I was trying to do was support my husband and cheer on the Australian team and I was forced to defend myself and almost hide because I was embarrassed. It was a horrible, horrible thing,’ she said.

‘[The crowd behaviour] should never have been allowed and the officials who posed with [Sonny Bill] masks on and thought it was funny… it goes to show how far I feel we’ve come since then and that behaviour is just not tolerated.’

Candice recently opened up about her husband David's (left) ball-tampering scandal in South Africa and the painful legacy of her 'toilet tryst' with former NRL star Sonny Bill Williams in an emotionally raw new interview

Candice recently opened up about her husband David’s (left) ball-tampering scandal in South Africa and the painful legacy of her ‘toilet tryst’ with former NRL star Sonny Bill Williams in an emotionally raw new interview 

Candice said that while in South Africa in the lead-up to her husband's cheating scandal, she felt 'embarrassed' by the spectators' 'horrible' taunts

Candice said that while in South Africa in the lead-up to her husband’s cheating scandal, she felt ’embarrassed’ by the spectators’ ‘horrible’ taunts 

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