Bindi Irwin Posts “Cute” New Photo Of Daughter Grace

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Bindi Irwin and her husband, Chandler Powell, welcomed their first child on the day of their first wedding anniversary, March 25.

They named their daughter Grace Warrior Irwin Powell. The “Warrior” part of her name refers to the term “Wildlife Warrior,” which Bindi’s late father, Steve, called people who champion for conservation and the welfare of animals around the world.

Bindi and Chandler have faith their baby girl will follow in Steve’s footsteps as a lover of creatures big and small. She may only be two months old, but she’s already proving to be a natural around animals!

In celebration of her one-month birthday, Bindi took some photos of Grace with a group of star tortoises from the Australia Zoo. The photos also show Grace wearing her first pair of “khakis,” which was Steve’s signature outfit.

We’re so proud of our Wildlife Warrior princess. I know our darling girl is going to grow up caring for Mother Earth and all her animals,” Bindi captioned the pictures.


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Other than the star tortoises, Grace has also spent a lot of time with her family’s dog, Piggy.

Bindi and Chandler have posted some precious pictures of Piggy and Grace. One photo shows Bindi holding a smiling baby Grace while Piggy sits by her side.

Another picture shows the Irwin-Powells out on a walk as a new family of four.


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Now, Grace is two months old, and she recently met another animal. This time, she was introduced to a native Australian critter…a koala!

Bindi posted a photo of Grace’s adorable meeting with a koala named Milo. The photo shows Bindi holding Grace while Chandler held Milo. Grace stared at her new furry friend in awe and wonder.

Grace Warrior’s first koala encounter,” Bindi wrote alongside the snapshot. “She was fascinated and so was Milo our darling koala! Too cute.”

We agree…this picture is too cute for words! Check it out below.