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Carrie Bickmore says she spent the ‘most incredible few months’ in London

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Carrie Bickmore says she spent the ‘most incredible few months’ in London with her family as strips down to a bikini in Mykonos on the last leg of her trip ahead of return to The Project

Carrie Bickmore is set to return to The Project on Monday.  

And on Sunday, the television star celebrated the end of her time abroad, after moving to London with her family for a few months. 

In a post shared to Instagram, the 41-year-old posed alongside her partner Chris Walker and their kids while reflecting on their escape overseas. 

Carrie Bickmore posed alongside her partner Chris Walker and their kids while reflecting on their escape overseas on Sunday. All pictured 

‘And so comes to an end the most incredible few months…. Was it perfect NO. Was it always easy NO. Was it worth it YES YES YES,’ she wrote in the caption. 

‘Nothing worthwhile comes easily. I am just so glad we had a crack. Memories made that we’ll talk about forever’. 

Carrie also shared a number of Instagram Stories depicting the family enjoying the last stop of their holiday in Mykonos. 

Carrie also shared a number of Instagram Stories depicting the family enjoying the last stop of their holiday in Mykonos

Carrie also shared a number of Instagram Stories depicting the family enjoying the last stop of their holiday in Mykonos

'I love, love, love the beach so much!' Carrie captioned one image, which showed her wearing a floral bikini

‘I love, love, love the beach so much!’ Carrie captioned one image, which showed her wearing a floral bikini

She cuddled up to Chris in one photo taken on the beach

She cuddled up to Chris in one photo taken on the beach

‘I love, love, love the beach so much!’ Carrie captioned one image, which showed her jumping for joy on the sand while wearing a floral bikini. 

She cuddled up to Chris in one romantic photo, while giving her children a loving squeeze in others.  

Carrie will be back in the show’s Melbourne studio on Monday and will return to the screen as a pivotal member of The Project panel. 

'And so comes to an end the most incredible few months…. Was it perfect NO. Was it always easy NO. Was it worth it YES YES YES,' she wrote

‘And so comes to an end the most incredible few months…. Was it perfect NO. Was it always easy NO. Was it worth it YES YES YES,’ she wrote

'Nothing worthwhile comes easily. I am just so glad we had a crack. Memories made that we'll talk about forever,' she added

‘Nothing worthwhile comes easily. I am just so glad we had a crack. Memories made that we’ll talk about forever,’ she added

Carrie has two children, daughters Evie, six, and Adelaide, three, with her partner Chris

Carrie has two children, daughters Evie, six, and Adelaide, three, with her partner Chris

Carrie revealed her grand plans to move overseas with Chris and their children in March. 

‘In April I’m going to be taking a few months off The Project desk. Chris and I and the kids are heading off on a family adventure together.’

‘We’ve been wanting to do it for a while but for lots of reasons the timing hasn’t been right, but we figure it’s never going to be the perfect time to go.

She also has a son, Oliver Lange, 14, who she shares with her late husband Greg Lange, who died of brain cancer in 2010

She also has a son, Oliver Lange, 14, who she shares with her late husband Greg Lange, who died of brain cancer in 2010

Carrie revealed her grand plans to move overseas with partner Chris Walker and their children in March. They moved overseas in April

Carrie revealed her grand plans to move overseas with partner Chris Walker and their children in March. They moved overseas in April

‘It’s something we really want to do before my son starts his final years at school so we’re doing term two in the UK. So I will be off for a couple of months.’ 

Carrie has two children, daughters Evie, six, and Adelaide, three, with her partner Chris. 

She also has a son, Oliver Lange, 14, who she shares with her late husband Greg Lange, who died of brain cancer in 2010. 

The television personality is set to return to The Project on Monday

The television personality is set to return to The Project on Monday 

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