- The late Steve Irwin was a beloved Australian conservationist
- He and his family set a new standard in animal advocacy
- His daughter Bindi is now a mother herself
In 2006, the then just 44-year-old Steve Irwin died, and his children Bindi (then 8) and Robert (then 2) were raised by their mother Terri alone from then on. Bindi has gone on to become one of Australia's most wholesome exports, carrying on her father's incredible legacy with dignity and grace.
The Apple Didn't Fall Far From The Irwin Tree!
But time changes all things, and Bindi is no longer the sweet little girl at her father's side during his famous demonstrations. Bindi now has a baby daughter of her own, which she says has given her a new perspective on her mother, Terri, who also plays a major role in who Bindi Irwin is today!
Watch the video above to learn more!