Carrie Bickmore has opened up about her family’s life overseas, weeks after leaving The Project’s desk to embark on a new “adventure.”
Carrie Bickmore has provided an update on her family’s move to the UK, revealing they are “settling” after a whirlwind tour of Europe.
The Project Presenter shared a photo of herself with her husband Chris and their kids carrying bags at Melbourne Airport pre-departure, along with a caption with details of their trip so far.
“Our adventure is going well. Can’t wait to share what we’ve been up to over the last few weeks of traveling,” wrote Bickmore.
“We already packed it [France, Switzerland, Austria] (maybe too many stops for our little guys!) and we’ve seen the most incredible places.
“Staying in England now. #Britmorefamilyadventure or Chriswolds family adventure as Chris calls it.”
In March, Bickmore opened up about his decision to move his family to England for several months, explaining that it felt like a “last chance” to start a family adventure with his eldest son.
Bickmore, 41, made the announcement on Project last month, telling viewers he wanted to share “a little bit of personal news”.
“In April I will be taking a few months off the Project desk,” he began.
“[Partner] Chris and the kids and I are heading on a family adventure together.
“We thought it would never be the right time to leave and it was something we really wanted to do before my son started his final years at school, so we did semester two in England. So I’ll be gone for a few months.”
Shortly after, Bickmore opened up more about his decision to temporarily move the family to the UK in a post to his Instagram account, revealing that it was a move he and partner Chris Walker had “dreamed of for a while now.”
“One of the unexpected lessons to come out of life through the Melbourne lockdown was the extended family time and we feel this is our last chance to do something like this together before Ollie reaches the end of his schooling and no longer wants to hang out. came out with us so… we headed to England for school days,” he explained.
Bickmore had Ollie, 14, with her late husband Greg Lange, who died in 2010 after a decade-long battle with brain cancer. She has since had two daughters, Evie and Adelaide, with partner Chris.
Bickmore said that after 13 years as co-host of Projectthe break felt “a bit like a sabbatical,” and explained that even though he would be absent from the TV screen for a few months, he was still a co-host of the Hit network. Carrie and Tommy Pertunjukan Show every afternoon with Project Tommy Little’s partner.
Since Bickmore’s departure,Project nonetheless Chrissie Swan and Georgie Tunny have stepped into the chair to take her place, joining Waleed Aly, Peter Helliar and a host of other big names on the panel to discuss the day’s news.