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Carrie Bickmore’s family outing with Evie in Melbourne


Baby’s day out! Carrie Bickmore’s daughter Evie, 2, beams with joy as she toddles through a shopping centre with her famous mum, dad Chris Walker, and big brother Oliver

Carrie Bickmore welcomed her daughter Evie into the world just over two years ago.

And on Monday, little Evie showed how well she’s growing up as she smiled and toddled through a Melbourne shopping centre with her doting family.

The two-year-old was joined by her famous mum, as well as her dad Chris Walker and big brother Oliver, nine.

Family time! Carrie Bickmore stepped out with daughter Evie, son Oliver, and partner Chris Walker in Melbourne on Monday

Family time! Carrie Bickmore stepped out with daughter Evie, son Oliver, and partner Chris Walker in Melbourne on Monday

Evie was dressed in cute pink denim overalls and a white T-shirt.

Her light colored ensemble marked a stark contrast to her family, who were all donning dark shades.

Carrie, who was returning from a workout at the gym, sported grey leggings and a black over-sized sweater.

All smiles! Little Evie was dressed in cute pink denim overalls and a white T-shirt

All smiles! Little Evie was dressed in cute pink denim overalls and a white T-shirt

Chris was styled similarly in casual grey pants and a black jumper.

Last but not least was Oliver, who was dressed in a sports jumper, blue shorts, and matching sneakers.

Showing what a good brother he is, the nine-year-old held onto Evie’s hand as the famous family made their way through the shopping centre. 

Big brother: Showing what a good brother he is, Oliver held onto Evie's hand as the famous family made their way through the shopping centre

Big brother: Showing what a good brother he is, Oliver held onto Evie’s hand as the famous family made their way through the shopping centre

Carrie and her The Project co-host Waleed Aly recently came under fire for a ‘hostile’ interview with documentary filmmaker Cassie Jaye.

Appearing on Sky News after the awkward incident, Cassie said: ‘A lot of people don’t realise The Project, my interview with them, was heavily edited down.’

She continued: ‘My full, at least 15-minute interview with The Project that they edited it down to five minutes.’

‘My full interview with them was very hostile and very aggressive and on the attack and I definitely felt ambushed.’ 

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