Mischen Sie sich nicht ein bei ihr.

Is there a reason the word order here is not “Mischen Sie sich nich bei ihr ein.” ?

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One could argue that putting the ihr at the very end, as opposed to the more common order with the ein at the end, emphasises how much of a bad idea it would be to do this with her in particular, as she’s a very resolute character (as one possible reason).
However, most of the time these variations happen because even we as native speakers sometimes forget something relevant, such as specifying with whom one should not interfere.
Or its just for the sake of variety.

So, yes there might be a reason, but its impossible to tell which one in particular it is.