SAS Australia recruits in tears as they receive loving messages from home in new trailer

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They have been left mentally and physically exhausted during their time on SAS Australia so far.

But the trailer for Monday’s episode of Channel Seven’s military-style show provides the celebrity recruits with some much-needed light at the end of the tunnel.

Candice Warner and Sabrina Frederick are seen breaking down into tears as they receive some loving messages from home.

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Family time: The trailer for Monday's episode of SAS Australia provides the celebrity recruits with some much-needed light at the end of the tunnel. Pictured is Sabrina Frederick

Family time: The trailer for Monday’s episode of SAS Australia provides the celebrity recruits with some much-needed light at the end of the tunnel. Pictured is Sabrina Frederick

The nail-biting trailer begins with the chilling message, which read: ‘Hold your breath. It’s sink or swim’.

SAS Chief Instructor Ant Middleton then says: ‘Water is the most brutal environment. If you want something to go wrong, just add water’.

Tense scenes see him telling the celebrity recruits that their ‘hands will be bound’ and ‘their lungs will be full of water’.

There’s momentary light relief when the stars are presented with messages from home.

Emotional: Candice Warner [pictured] and Sabrina Frederick are seen breaking down into tears as they receive some loving messages from home

Emotional: Candice Warner [pictured] and Sabrina Frederick are seen breaking down into tears as they receive some loving messages from home

Candice's younger daughter Indi [right] tells her mother: 'I wish you would come back now'

Candice’s younger daughter Indi [right] tells her mother: ‘I wish you would come back now’

Sabrina and Firass Dirani well up with tears as they watch their videos of support.

Ant then adds: ‘Strength comes in all forms. Strength of mind, strength of character… we’re there to test every single one of them.

‘One hesitation, one mistake, could cost you your life’.

Teary-eyed: Firass Dirani also wells up with tears as he watches his video of support from his family

Teary-eyed: Firass Dirani also wells up with tears as he watches his video of support from his family 

SAS Chief Instructor Ant Middleton: 'Strength comes in all forms. Strength of mind, strength of character... we're there to test every single one of them'

SAS Chief Instructor Ant Middleton: ‘Strength comes in all forms. Strength of mind, strength of character… we’re there to test every single one of them’

Candice is the one who appears to be most overcome with emotion when she is shown a video from her husband David Warner and their daughters.

Her eldest Ivy, six, says: ‘I love you mum, I miss you, I hope you’re going okay’, while her younger daughter Indi adds: ‘I wish you would come back now’.

Immediately, Candice struggles to contain her tears.

SAS Australia continues Monday at 7.30pm on Channel Seven

Don't miss: SAS Australia continues Monday at 7.30pm on Channel Seven

Don’t miss: SAS Australia continues Monday at 7.30pm on Channel Seven

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