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Carrie Bickmore has a phone malfunction on The Project

She’s the multiple Logie award winner who is also mum to Evie, two, and Oliver, nine.

And The Project’s Carrie Bickmore, 36, came in for some gentle ribbing on Monday’s episode when her phone accidentally started playing Evie’s YouTube videos.

The technical difficulty occurred when the panel were interviewing the president of the Australian Medical Association, Dr Michael Gannon, on the subject of private health insurance.

Opps: Project star Carrie Bickmore, 36, came in for some gentle ribbing on Monday’s episode when her phone accidentally started playing Evie’s YouTube videos during an interview

The interview was going swimmingly until a noise started emanating from Carrie’s part of the desk, which turned out to be her phone playing videos.

An embarrassed Carrie sheepishly tried to turn off her phone, saying: ‘My daughter’s YouTube videos. Apologies.’ 

 ‘Carrie, we are trying to have a serious discussion about private health insurance. Stop checking YouTube,’  co-host Pete Helliar chided.

Techincal difficulties: An embarrassed Carrie sheepishly tried to turn off her phone, saying: 'My daughter's YouTube videos. Apologies'

Techincal difficulties: An embarrassed Carrie sheepishly tried to turn off her phone, saying: ‘My daughter’s YouTube videos. Apologies’

Steve Price then questioned Carrie’s professionalism asking the star: ‘You got a gold Logie?’ before Carrie protested with: ‘I bumped my phone.’

‘Sorry, Michael, Carrie will send you that link later for your own entertainment,’ Waleed Ali joked before Steve chimed in with: ‘It could be her own private health insurance company ringing up.’

Speaking to Stellar in March, Carrie revealed that parenting in the aqe of social media can be difficult.

Unprofessional: 'Carrie, we are trying to have a serious discussion about private health insurance. Stop checking YouTube,' co-host Pete Helliar chided. Carrie is pictured with daughter Evie, two

Unprofessional: ‘Carrie, we are trying to have a serious discussion about private health insurance. Stop checking YouTube,’ co-host Pete Helliar chided. Carrie is pictured with daughter Evie, two

‘Post your latest birthday cake creation and you’ll be shamed for setting standards too high for other mums,’she said.

 ‘Share a pic of your kid’s school lunch and someone will point out how chocolate crackles are the first step to childhood obesity.’

Up to the task? Steve Price then questioned Carrie's professionalism asking the star: 'You got a gold Logie?' before Carrie protested with: 'I bumped my phone'

Up to the task? Steve Price then questioned Carrie’s professionalism asking the star: ‘You got a gold Logie?’ before Carrie protested with: ‘I bumped my phone’

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