David and Candice Warner have been happily married since 2015, and over the years welcomed three beautiful children,
But on Thursday, the Australian cricketer opted to dedicate a sweet Instagram post to another special family member, their pet cavoodle, Cookie.
‘Happy dog day Cookie, we love you @candywarner1 #dog #cavoodle #funny,’ he captioned the post.
Puppy love! On Thursday, David Warner dedicate a sweet Instagram post to a special family member, their pet cavoodle, Cookie. Pictured, David out with his puppy and two daughters
David also added a series of candid shots taken of the puppy with his children, Ivy, six, Indi, five, and one-year-old Isla.
In one image, baby Isla is seen cuddling up with Cookie on the couch.
Meanwhile, in another photo, Ivy and Indi are seen posing for a happy snap with their pet pooch.
Isla’s mate: In one image, baby Isla gets up-close-and-personal on the couch with Cookie
Bonding time: In another photo, Ivy (right) and Indi (left) enjoyed posing for a snap with their pet pooch
Adorable! ‘Happy dog day Cookie, we love you,’ David captioned the series of family snaps
Meanwhile, David also showed off his affectionate side when he paid tribute to his wife earlier this month.
On August 9, he shared a romantic photo of the pair with Candice’s arm tenderly placed around his neck.
‘Solid partnership,’ David wrote, adding the hashtags love, family, rock, and best friends.
Loving: David Warner shared a sweet tribute to his wife and best friend Candice on Monday, alongside a loved-up image of the pair
At the time, Candice replied to the tribute, writing ‘I love you’, in the comments.
It comes as David and Candice are finally set to move into their $4million Maroubra mansion after five long years of renovations and rebuilds.
The Daily Telegraph reported last month that the pair sold their temporary home in Maroubra for $4.2 million.
Stronger-than-ever: ‘Solid partnership,’ David wrote, adding the hashtags love, family, rock, and best friends. Here with Candice
The temporary abode is located just 900 metres away from the mansion.
The A-list couple bought the house, also located in Maroubra, for $2.33million in late 2016, and have resided there while renovations were underway at the bigger home.
It has four bedrooms and three bathrooms, as well as an undercover cricket pitch, and the couple renovated the home with an additional rear build during their stay.
The sale would imply the family of five is finally ready to start their life at their dream abode.
David and his former SAS Australia star wife, Candice, are proud parents to three daughters.
Family: David and Candice, who married in 2015, are parents to daughters Ivy, six, Indi, five, and Isla, one