Carrie Bickmore is gearing up to welcome her third child in the coming weeks and the star has broken down live on air during her last day on radio.
The pregnant star was speaking during her final show on her HIT network radio show with co-host Tommy Little where she admitted she’s worried about the impact of the new baby on her two older children, son Ollie, 11, and Evie, three.
“I'm very excited about my expanding family,” the 32-year-old said during the show, but admits the household is split over whether the baby will be a boy or a girl.
“Ollie thinks we're having a boy and Evie thinks we're having a girl so one of them is going to be very disappointed and one very excited,” she said with a chuckle.
“They're so cute together,” Carrie said of her kids, before adding that she's worried how the sibling's dynamic will change.
“They're a little team. He (Ollie) never thought he was going to get a baby brother or sister and then he got a little sister and they're seven years apart and they're joined at the hip,” she said.
“And I know families of three and I know they'll all love each other so much, but I don't want anything to happen to their bond. So it makes me a little sad,” she said.
Carrie’s son Ollie is from her first marriage to Greg Lange, who past away from brain cancer in 2010 after a ten-year battle with the disease. She is now with TV producer Chris Walker with whom she shares daughter Evie and the newest addition.
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