David Warner’s 11-month old daughter could lay claims to be one of youngest frequent flyers in the world!
Image courtesy: David Warner (Instagram)

Behind the glitz and glamour, the life of the modern international cricketer is very tough and full of sacrifices. Family life is the biggest casualty as these players go around the world and play almost right through the 12 months of the year.

But some cricketers without kids or when the kids are at the pre-school stage do have the satisfaction of taking their family along, something which cricket boards are understandably considerate. Yet, when things go bad, it’s the wives who are round criticised as is the case with the present Ashes Australian team. In any case, once the children are schooling, such travels are not possible as they can’t stay away from their education. [Also Read: David Warner bonds with his daughter ahead of fourth Ashes Test]

David Warner, father of a toddler, has been taking his wife Candice and 11-month old daughter Ivy Mae on his cricketing travels. Warner took to Instagram and posted a picture and wrote, “The toddler has already seen six countries and every state in Australia. The adorable picture that was captioned as, “This little one has been a jet setter so far, 11 months and Ivy Mae has been to Dubai, Abu Dhabi, NZ, India, England and also every state in Australia bar NT haha. #passportisfillingup #wheretonext #family #TheOval #Ashes2015.”