Carrie Bickmore has revealed her daughter Adelaide has suffered from homesickness since their family moved to London.
But the former host of The Project has come up with an ingenious hack to get the three-year-old’s form too sluggish as he leaves Australia, in an Instagram post on Thursday.
Bickmore, 41, revealed that gaming centers are the secret to his success, writing: ‘Happy to report London gaming centers are like Australian gaming centres’.
Struggling: Carrie Bickmore (right) has revealed her daughter Adelaide (left) has been suffering from homesickness since their family moved to London
The radio host continued, “I wanted to do something easy and fun for Addie today because to be honest, she’s the one person in the family who’s been having the hardest time on our journey.”
‘Away from home (in which, due to lockdown, she spent much of her short life) new smells, new people, different food, tubes, buses, flights, late nights , new beds, it’s a lot for her and the result is a lot of grizzlings, tantrums, disturbed and very sticky sleep.
“I know the special time we have together will be worth it for her, but I thought I’d share some of our realities of traveling with little ones.”
“I cherish the endless hours together that I never get home and I’m happy to spend my day in a ball pit,” Bickmore concluded.
Secret: Bickmore, 41, has revealed play centers are the secret to his success, writing: ‘Happy to report London play centers are like Australian play centres’
Bickmore now broadcasts his radio show from London after moving abroad with his family.
And the popular presenter ditched the glamor by hosting Hit Network’s Carrie & Tommy Show this week.
The mother-of-three looked fresh-faced, sported a red hoodie and tossed her trademark blonde tresses into a bun for her day at work.
Radio star: Carrie Bickmore, 41, went makeup-free and broadcast from London on Monday – after revealing she was ‘moving to the UK’ after leaving The Project for a family adventure
A Hit Network microphone was placed on a desk in front of her and a sound engineer was behind the television and radio star.
It comes after Carrie said her family are ‘settling in the UK’ after their big move overseas together.
Carrie stepped back as the featured presenter of The Project for the trip.
On the way! In an Instagram post in April, Carrie shared a photo of herself, her partner Chris and their children being loaded up at Melbourne Airport, ready to fly.
In an Instagram post in April, Carrie shared a photo of herself, her partner Chris and their children being loaded up at Melbourne Airport, ready to fly.
“Our adventure is well underway, I can’t wait to share what we’ve been up to over the last few weeks of travel,” the caption began.
‘We packed it in [visiting France, Switzerland and Austria] (maybe too many stops for our little people!) and we saw the most amazing places,” Carrie continued.
Next steps: The longtime Project presenter recently revealed that she and her family are now ‘moving to the UK’ – after a few stops on the way to the capital
“Moving to the UK now,” she concluded, before calling the trip “#britmorefamilyadventure or the Chriswolds family adventure as Chris calls it.”
Carrie first revealed her big plans with partner Chris Walker and their children in March.
“In April I’ll be taking a few months off from the project office. Chris, me and the kids are going on a family adventure together.
“We’ve wanted to do this for a while, but for many reasons the timing just wasn’t right, but we think it’s never going to be the right time to go.
Time spent: Carrie first revealed her big plans with partner Chris Walker and their children in March. “In April I’m going to be taking a few months off from the project office. Chris, me and the kids are going on a family adventure together,’ Carrie explained
“It’s something we really want to do before my son starts his final years at school, so we’re doing the second term in the UK. So I’m going away for a few months.
Carrie also said she was inspired by project panelist Kate Langbroek, 56, who spent two years in Bologna, Italy, with her family.
Meanwhile, Waleed Aly and Lisa Wilkinson were noticeably absent from The Project following Carrie’s move, but have since returned.
“It’s something we really want to do before my son starts his final years at school, so we’re doing the second term in the UK. So I will be away for a few months,” she said. Pictured with his family