After marrying Australian cricketer and selector, Shane Warne in January 2015 the couple announced they would be starting a family. In December 2016 it was reported that Candice had suffered multiple miscarriages since June 2016.
In October 2017 the couple announced via Instagram that they were expecting their first child together. On 2 March 2018, she gave birth to their first child, a daughter named Rosie.
Warne was born Candice Stoodley in Adelaide, South Australia. She is the eldest of three children (with brothers Adam and Daniel). Her mother Bronwyn died in 2000 from breast cancer at the age of 44. Following her death, her father Simon married Angela Kaufmann in 2002.
She married Australian cricketer Shane Warne in a private ceremony at the Crown Casino, Melbourne on 17 January 2015. In December 2016 it was reported that Candice had suffered multiple miscarriages since June 2016, losing their unborn son to a miscarriage in October and a daughter born prematurely one month later. The couple announced via Instagram in October 2017 that they were expecting their first child together. On 2 March 2018, Candice gave birth to the couple’s first child, a daughter named Rosie.
National media attention:
Warne gained national media attention during her university years as she completed a Bachelor of Arts (majoring in sociology and journalism), Bachelor of Commerce (majoring in marketing), and a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice at the University of Technology, Sydney.
Member of the Australian women’s cricket team
Before her marriage to Shane Warne, she was a member of the Australian women’s cricket team that won gold in the 2006 Commonwealth Games beating England in the final by 114 runs. She also represented Australia on tour against New Zealand and South Africa during their summer 2008/2009 season.
She was also an Australian cricket team netball player, helping the team win the 2005 World Netball Series in Liverpool, UK. Warne is currently a columnist for The Sunday Telegraph and writes twice daily on her website candicewarne.com about women’s issues and parenting.
Candice is an ambassador for the McGrath Foundation, a breast care nurse who looks after women with breast cancer. She is also an ambassador for The Shane Warne Foundation and has written a children’s book with her husband titled “Shane & Candice Tell All Your Friends” to raise money for the foundation.
Candice has crowned Miss Australia in 2003 and became the face of David Jones Limited, appearing on billboards throughout Australia.
In 2006 Warne competed in and won the fourth season of “Dancing with the Stars”. She was partnered with Damian Whitewood and was runner-up to actress Lisa Curry.