Carrie Bickmore has taken to social media to share a snap of her bedroom at the end of a long week, and the candid glimpse at life behind-the-scenes has left fans cheering.
Taking to Instagram, the media personality uploaded a shot of her side of the bed featuring everything from shoes to dirty clothes and discarded shopping bags.
She captioned the down-to-earth pic: "My side of the bed 🙈 Been a big week!!! Time to clean up for the week ahead. I promise it's not always this messy 😜"
The 37-year-old's followers were quick to comment on the chaotic snap, with many applauding the mother-of-two for her honesty.
"Thank you for posting this ❤️ you've made me feel normal!" one commenter wrote, while another added: "Love it Carrie.. the real world 👌"
A third noted: "Yass Queen! Love this! Looks like mine. We can't do it all! Work, be a Mum, live in a picture perfect house, cook dinner, do lunches etc etc...Keep up your amazing work, you are so relatable and it makes us all feel great knowing we are all in this together!"
The Project host recently made headlines after raising more than $4 million for her charity Beanies 4 Brain Cancer, which helps raise money for brain cancer research.
In a special – and emotional - episode of the news program, Carrie's co-hosts, Waleed Aly and Peter Helliar donned beanies to support the effort. Tommy Little -- comedian and panelist -- was also on deck to lend a helping hand, even taking a nude bungee jump in the name of the important cause.
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While the episode was full of laughs and entertainment, things did take a sombre turn when Waleed and Carrie presented "the faces of brain cancer" to the audience. This was followed by a touching segment displaying a variety of people who have fought, or are still fighting the battle with the illness. It brought Carrie to tears.
Waleed acknowledged that about 1600 Australians are diagnosed each year, and out of that 1600 it is estimated that 1300 will die from the disease.
Carrie explained the statistics didn't "convey the bravery, the determination and the fight of those who have battled and are currently battling brain cancer."
Carrie's 'Beanies 4 Brain Cancer' was established after Carrie won the Gold Logie at the 2015 TV WEEK Logie Awards.
When Carrie won, she took to the stage wearing a blue beanie and dedicated her award to her late husband Greg, who passed away five years earlier following a long battle with brain cancer.
If you would like to buy a beanie, or make a donation, you can do so at carriesbeanies4braincancer.com right now.