By Nicole Douglas For Daily Mail Australia and Australian Associated Press
Published: 23:54 GMT, 14 January 2020 | Updated: 23:58 GMT, 14 January 2020
Australian cricket legend David Warner has revealed he's done with expanding his brood in a candid new interview.
The 33-year-old - who shares daughters Ivy Mae, five, Indi Rae, three, and six-month-old Isla Rose with his wife Candice - confirmed he hopes his youngest child is 'the last one' during a post-game interview on Tuesday.
After Australia broke records by delivering a 10-wicket win against India, the batsman discussed the possibility of him playing in the next World Cup in 2023.
'I hope that's the last one': Father-of-three David Warner revealed this week that he doesn't want any more children with wife Candice... as he discusses his plans to play in the 2023 Cricket World Cup
Stating he'd been '36 or 37' by then, David responded: 'I think we will speak to our wives first. I've got three kids - I hope that's the last one - and in that three years you've got form, wives, family.'
David and his former ironwoman wife, 34, are currently raising their children in a sprawling home in Sydney's Maroubra, estimated to cost more than $4million.