She bid an emotional farewell to The Project during her last ever evening hosting the program on Wednesday night.
And Carrie Bickmore has shared a sweet outtake from the night.
The TV host posted a rare family photo of her posing with partner Chris Walker and their three children at The Project desk.
Carrie Bickmore posted a rare sweet family picture with her partner Chris Walker and their three children from her last day on The Project on Wednesday night
The blonde beauty looks every inch the doting mother in the image as she hugs her daughter Evie, seven, while Chris beams behind her alongside Ollie, 15, and holding Adelaide, three.
Carrie’s first husband Greg Lange tragically passed away in December 2010 at age 35 from a 10-year battle with brain cancer.
Despite his terminal condition, they married in 2005 when Carrie was just 25 and had a son, Oliver.
Carrie has been with her executive producer partner Chris since 2012.
Carrie put on a show-stopping display on the night in Rebecca Vallance red frilly dress and statement gold jewellery
In addition to raising Carrie’s son Oliver together, the couple have two daughters, Evie and Adelaide.
Carrie put on a show-stopping display on the night in Rebecca Vallance red frilly dress and statement gold jewellery.
The former model also posted other photos of her saying goodbye to her colleagues on Friday.
Carrie also shared a photo of her having a drink with her co-host Peter Helliar, who also recently announced his resignation from the current affairs program
One showed Carrie having a drink with her co-host Peter Helliar, who also recently announced his resignation from the current affairs program.
The Project bid a tearful farewell to Carrie on Wednesday night.
The blonde made an emotional final speech as she thanked her team, her family and viewers.
With a shaky voice, Carrie thanked her family and her parents who sat together in the audience.
Wednesday also marked an end to her 17 years with Channel 10
Wednesday also marked an end to her 17 years with Channel 10.
Carrie announced her departure from The Project in October.
The Gold Logie winner has been on desk since the program launched in 2009 and has since become a familiar face on Australian screens.
She had been absent for a three month ‘sabbatical’ with her family in London earlier this year, before returning to the panel in July, only to quit in October.
Fans were shattered when Carrie announced that after 14-years she would be stepping down as co-host of the Channel 10 panel show. Also Pictured: Peter Helliar, Waleed Aly and guest Magda Szubanski