Cricket Australia: David and Candice Warner kiss during an outing in Coogee


Get a room! David and Candice Warner kiss during an outing in Coogee… after finally moving into their $4million mansion in Maroubra

They have finally moved into their new mansion in Sydney’s Maroubra after a long six years since they first purchased it. 

And on Tuesday, David and Candice Warner were seen sharing a smooch as they stepped out in the nearby beachside suburb of Coogee on a well-deserved break. 

The pair both cut casual figures in activewear as they enjoyed a morning outing, packing on the PDA after David returned from India where he was playing cricket.  

Packing on the PDA! David and Candice Warner shared a kiss as they stepped out in Coogee on Tuesday – after finally moving into their new $4million mansion in Maroubra

Candice, 37, looked chic as she flaunted her trim pins in a pair of black bike shorts, which she teamed with a bright green hooded jumper. 

She showed off a deep golden tan and went makeup free with her hair in a bun. 

David, 35, rugged up against the chill in a pair of black tracksuit pants and a grey jumper and beanie. 

Looking fit! Candice, 37, looked chic as she flaunted her trim pins in a pair of black bike shorts, which she teamed with a bright green hooded jumper

Looking fit! Candice, 37, looked chic as she flaunted her trim pins in a pair of black bike shorts, which she teamed with a bright green hooded jumper

Last month, a team of removalists were spotted carrying boxes and furniture into the newly-renovated home. 

Candice just weeks ago was seen dropping off a bag full of clothes into the property. 

David, 35, and Candice bought the home for $3.9million back in late 2015, before knocking down the property on the 892-square-metre site.

Back on home soil: The pair both cut casual figures in activewear as they enjoyed a morning outing, packing on the PDA after David returned from India where he was playing cricket

Back on home soil: The pair both cut casual figures in activewear as they enjoyed a morning outing, packing on the PDA after David returned from India where he was playing cricket

In February 2016, they sold their previous family home in Sydney’s Coogee for $7.05million.

They later bought another $2.3million home in Maroubra in May 2017, which acted as their in-between home while renovations took place on their dream house.

Their in-between home is located just 800 metres away from their new home, which boasts five storeys.

David and Candice are estimated to have spent around $4million renovating the four-bedroom, two-bathroom property.

Their new home also features a self-contained guest apartment with its own entrance on the bottom level.

Home sweet home: They have finally moved into their new mansion in Sydney's Maroubra after a long six years since they first purchased it

Home sweet home: They have finally moved into their new mansion in Sydney’s Maroubra after a long six years since they first purchased it

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