The Project’s Carrie Bickmore stuns on the cover of Body and Soul Magazine


The Project’s Carrie Bickmore, 40, relives her youth as she plays around in a children’s playground in retro outfits for Body and Soul magazine


She’s The Project co-host who recently vented about undergoing months on end in Melbourne’s lockdown.

But Carrie Bickmore looked every bit the youthful retro glamour girl in a photoshoot for Body + Soul magazine in the Sunday Telegraph.

The 40-year-old showed off her toned pins in a pair of navy mini shorts and a matching mustard V-neck sweater.

Looking good! Carrie Bickmore looked every bit the retro glamour girl in a photoshoot for Body + Soul Magazine this week

Her vintage look took her back to the 1970s as she donned high-top socks to accessorise.

She opted for youthful look as she graced the cover of the magazine in a pair of denim overalls and red trainers. 

She appeared carefree and happy as she rode a bike and kicked her legs off the pedals. 

Carefree: She opted for youthful look as she graced the cover of the magazine in a pair of denim overalls and red trainers

Carefree: She opted for youthful look as she graced the cover of the magazine in a pair of denim overalls and red trainers

In a third photo, Carrie appears to be all smiles as she makes her way down a children’s slide set. 

And the series of pictures truly cements Carries beliefs as she told the publication she is ready to move on with her life after a year that saw her struggle like many Victorians did in lockdown.

It was when Premier Daniel Andrews had announced Melbourne’s ‘sixth’ lockdown that The Project co-host felt like she was reaching her breaking point.

Fun and games! The Project host slides down a slippery dip in another photo from the shoot

Fun and games! The Project host slides down a slippery dip in another photo from the shoot 

‘I don’t think I was mentally prepared to do it again, which sounds weird, as it’s a virus that I have zero control over,’ Bickmore, 40, told Body + Soul magazine in The Sunday Telegraph.

‘I like to move forward and keep things going – and everything stopped,’ she stated. 

Melbourne is slowly emerging from its two-year nightmare and returning to a sense of normality after being the longest locked-down city in the world.

Moving on: Carrie spoke candidly about her struggles in lockdown and how she's ready to move forward. Pictured with her six-year-old daughter Evie

Moving on: Carrie spoke candidly about her struggles in lockdown and how she’s ready to move forward. Pictured with her six-year-old daughter Evie

With restrictions easing, Carrie says she’s ready to shake off the lockdown stresses and ease up moving forward. 

‘I’ve set myself a challenge. I’m trying to only (schedule) one thing out – a dinner, drinks or a function – each weekend and be more spontaneous,’ she added.

Carrie has continued working on The Project as a presenter throughout the pandemic.

'I don't think I was mentally prepared to do it again': It was when Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews announced Melbourne's 'sixth' lockdown that the Project co-host felt like she was reaching her breaking point

‘I don’t think I was mentally prepared to do it again’: It was when Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews announced Melbourne’s ‘sixth’ lockdown that the Project co-host felt like she was reaching her breaking point

The Channel 10 current affairs program has recently been hit hard in the TV ratings, with plummeting audience numbers year-on-year.

Metro ratings for the talk show have dropped to an all-time low of just 367,000 in 2021.

That’s a 30 per cent decline from its five-city audience of 538,000 a decade ago.  

Numbers game: The Channel 10 current affairs program has recently been hit hard in the TV ratings, with plummeting audience numbers year-on-year. Metro ratings for the talk show have dropped to an all-time low of just 367,000 in 2021

Numbers game: The Channel 10 current affairs program has recently been hit hard in the TV ratings, with plummeting audience numbers year-on-year. Metro ratings for the talk show have dropped to an all-time low of just 367,000 in 2021

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