Bindi Irwin shares new family photo showing her daughter Grace meeting a huge parrot

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Bindi Irwin’s daughter, Grace, recently had an exciting encounter with a feathery friend at the Australia Zoo. Bindi, the daughter of the late wildlife conservationist Steve Irwin, shared a photo on Instagram showing Grace getting up close and personal with a massive parrot. In the photo, Bindi, Grace, her grandmother Terri Irwin, and uncle Robert Irwin can be seen enjoying the moment together.

The caption read, “Sunshine in my heart. 💛 Thankful to live in my favorite place on Earth,” with a tag to @australiazoo, where the family is actively involved in conservation work. The zoo’s Instagram page also commented, “Every day is magic. 💚” showcasing the special bond the family has with the wildlife at the zoo.


At just 3 years old, Grace is following in her family’s footsteps by engaging with animals at the Australia Zoo. She has been photographed next to kangaroos, tortoises, and a koala, showcasing her love for wildlife at a young age. Recently, Grace was seen bonding with a baby kangaroo and even treating her toy whale at the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital.

Grace’s adventurous spirit and connection to wildlife are reminiscent of her late grandfather, Steve Irwin. Bindi shared that Grace watches documentaries of her grandfather and is captivated by his passion for life and animated facial expressions. Bindi believes Grace exhibits qualities of determination and restlessness, much like her grandfather.

The Irwin family continues to honor Steve’s legacy through their wildlife conservation efforts and by instilling a love for animals in the younger generation. Grace’s interactions with various animals at a young age reflect the Irwin family’s commitment to wildlife preservation and education.

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