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Australia SAS Australia's Candice Warner Is Expected to Address Her Two "Scandals" Tonight

07:30  26 october  2020
07:30  26 october  2020 Source:   popsugar.com.au

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Candice Falzon standing next to a body of water: Channel Seven © Channel Seven Channel Seven

SAS Australia returns for week two tonight, the new reality show that sees a group of celebrities put through the gruelling British special armed forces training program. The punishing course challenges contestants physically and mentally, with most, if not all, of them expected to "voluntarily withdraw" from the program. Only 13 people have passed the test over seven seasons of the British format.

One of the stars of the series is mum-of-three and former professional ironwoman Candice Warner. She became engaged to now-ex Aussie cricket captain David Warner in 2014, when the couple also announced they were expecting their first child. Ivy Mae was born in September that year. The couple married in 2015, and had two more daughters in 2015 and 2019, Indi Rae and Isla Rose.

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What’s so scandalous about Candice Warner?

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SAS Australia has recruited a number of controversial contestants, from convicted drug smuggler Schapelle Corby to Arabella Del Busso, who was accused of faking pregnancies, deaths in the family, and even cancer for financial and emotional gain.

Candice Warner became tabloid fodder in 2007, when she was filmed, without her consent, by a member of the public, when she was "hooking up" with footballer Sonny Bill Williams in a toilet cubicle at Sydney's Clovelly Hotel. Afterwards, she apologised for her "mistake" to The Daily Telegraph, saying, "I'm conscious of my image as a sportswoman and I've got a responsibility to young people. Young girls look up to me."

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She didn't do anything wrong. It's hard to believe Candice sharing a drunken messy pash and a dance with a footballer would lead to the same kind of scandalous headlines, if it were to happen now, with the media apportioning the lion's share of the blame to Candice. The only person who did anything unacceptable was Sonny — he had a partner at the time of the incident.

Candice was again in the spotlight when her husband, David, was involved in a ball-tampering scandal in March 2018. He was banned from cricket for a year and from ever holding another leadership role as he was believed to have encouraged the culprit Cameron Bancroft to cheat by using sandpaper on a cricket ball during a Test match in South Africa. A week after her husband fronted an emotional press conference about his wrongdoing, Candice suffered a miscarriage.

During that same Test tour, some spectators even wore masks of Sonny's face and verbally taunted David about Candice. He and South African wicketkeeper Quinton de Kock were charged with breaching the sport's code of conduct after an altercation believed to have been spurred on by Quinton making a "vile" comment about Candice. Again, Candice did nothing wrong.

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By Caleb Taylor For Daily Mail Australia . Taking to Instagram on Sunday, the mother-of-one, 35, looked frail and gaunt as she addressed her split with ex-boyfriend Patrick Kedemos and the numerous scandals that have engulfed her over the past few months.

"I finally received a very weak apology from Cricket South Africa," she told The Australian Women's Weekly in May 2018. "I realised they're the ones to feel ashamed, not me.

"I'd like to extend that apology to Sonny Bill. He's a husband and father, so imagine how his wife would feel — and his kids . . . It's time to put it to rest and get on with things that matter."

It's expected that both of these "scandals" will come up in her interrogation on SAS Australia tonight. "In my early 20s, I made a very big mistake. It's something I'm not proud of but it's something I can never take back," she explains on tonight's episode. "I put myself in a situation where I shouldn't have and because of that I brought embarrassment, shame to my family."

Why did Candice Warner join SAS Australia?

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In a promo for the series, Candice explained, "I'm doing this for my family, to show my kids that it's not just Daddy who is tough and strong."

Then, talking to The Sydney Morning Herald earlier this month, Candice described her decision in more detail. "People only see what is put out there in the media and they form opinions and judgements based on that. I just wanted to show people the strength David and I have as a family that go us through certain parts of our life," she said.

"I think, hopefully, through my experience on the show, people can see a little bit of what we are made of and the things that we have inside us that did get us through periods of our life.

"Things like this help but as a family we are really tight and we have our goals and we know the standards that we want to meet each day or every time David plays or we are at certain things. That's all that matters to us. If we are reaching those standards every day, that's all we can do."

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She's a proud mother to three gorgeous little girls. But on Friday, Candice Warner revealed why she's done with expanding her brood, and is happier than ever being mum to daughters Ivy Mae, six, Indi Rae, four, and 16-month old Isla Rose. Speaking to The Daily Telegraph, the wife of cricket star David Warner confirmed: 'No more kids. © Provided by Daily Mail 'No more!' Candice Warner revealed she's done with expanding her brood, and is happier than ever just being mum to daughters Ivy Mae, six, Indi Rae, four, and 16-month old Isla Rose.

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