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Carrie Bickmore just announced her third pregnancy with the CUTEST family video

Our hearts are melting!

Congratulations are in order: Carrie Bickmore is expecting her third child!

The Project host just confirmed the news that she and her partner, Chris Walker, are having another baby.

The happy couple shared the news in a video posted to Instagram. The video featured their daughter Evie, three, and Carrie's son Oliver, 11, from her first marriage to late husband, Greg Lange.

In the clip, Carrie and Oliver break the news to Evie, who excitedly gasps and asks "Is it a boy or a girl?" before asking "Is it twins?"

READ MORE: Carrie Bickmore's most relatable mum moments!

The family are seen laughing at Evie's sweet response, with Carrie confirming they don't know if the baby is a boy or girl.

"Hey some exciting news to share with you. We are having a BABY," Carrie captioned the post.

"How funny is Evie asking if it's twins. No honey it's not twins!!!!!!"

Is that video not the cutest thing you've ever seen?!

Carrie and Chris are believed to have begun dating in 2012, after meeting on The Project where he worked as a producer.

Carrie, 37, welcomed her son Oliver in 2007 with her husband Greg Lange. Greg tragically lost his life to brain cancer in December 2010. The TV presenter later had a daughter, Evie, with Chris in 2015.

Carrie tells TV WEEK it's 'hard' to balance her high-profile career with the early days of pregnancy.

"It was hard both times," she says. "With Ollie I was doing live radio, and with Evie I was doing TV, and it was hard for a number of reasons. I get really bad morning sickness but it's gross, I'm not someone that spews. I don't vomit, I hate vomiting."

Somehow, her male co-hosts on The Project didn't seem to notice the signs when Carrie was pregnant with Evie.

"A couple of times, I'd duck off backstage to try and be graceful. Then it was interesting that no one really picked up on it. I think it's probably because I work on a panel predominantly of men that no one noticed."

She reveals it was fellow journalist and guest-panelist Mia Freedman who first noticed, because she was eating 'a lot of salted crackers' during filming.

"I think women are much more in tune, they can tell when another co-worker's pregnant than men can," Carrie says.

Carrie famously surprised her co-hosts on The Project in 2014, when she announced her pregnancy on-air.

We wonder if Waleed Aly, Peter Hellier, Tommy Little or Steve Price picked up on the news before the announcement this time?

Congratulations to Carrie, Chris, Oliver and Evie on their happy family news!

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