Even though it has been many years since the passing of Steve Irwin, the well-known Australian television personality and wildlife educator, in 2006, his family, which includes his wife Terri Irwin and his children Bindi Irwin and Robert Irwin, have kept his legacy alive and are certain to remember him as they reach every significant milestone in their lives. They are all continuing his heritage of being a doting family guy and are keeping close to one another. This includes being close to a precious new member that they have welcomed into the family. Along with cherishing previous memories with their father and sharing them with the world, they are also passing on his legacy of being a family man.

In 1996, the television program “The Crocodile Hunter” was the catalyst for Steve’s rise to popularity. His vibrant and animated presenting style drew viewers in week after week to catch up with what they had missed from the previous week’s episodes. His passionate and energetic demeanor garnered him a legion of followers. The program made Steve a household brand and brought his catchphrase “Crikey!” to a broader audience all while he remained dressed in his customary khakis for the whole of the series.

In addition, Steve gained a following in the United States as a result of his regular performances on “The Tonight Show With Jay Leno.” A devoted environmentalist, he established the Lyn Irwin Memorial Fund, the Steve Irwin Conservation Foundation, International Crocodile Rescue, and the Iron Bark Station Wildlife Rehabilitation Facility throughout his lifetime.

Steve and Terri were married in 1992, and they had their first child, Bindi, in 1998, and their second child, Robert, in 2003. But in 2006, disaster struck: while shooting an episode for “Ocean’s Deadliest” at the Great Barrier Reef, Steve was pierced in the heart by a short-tail stingray barb. Steve passed away as a result of his injuries. Fans who had seen Steve put himself in dangerous circumstances for years in order to raise awareness of the natural environment were stunned by his death.

Continue reading to learn more about the ways in which Robert is carrying on the heritage of his family-oriented and fun-loving father, as well as the antics he engages in with his niece.

Robert has followed in the footsteps of his nature-loving father, Steve, by sporting the distinctive khakis and making appearances on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.” Robert has also worn the signature khakis on the show. Additionally, he gives his well-known surname to television productions such as “Crikey! It’s “The Irwins,” with his mother, Terri, and sister, Bindi, as well as the “Ten Deadliest Snakes.” Robert, a constant presence at the Australia Zoo, is also a passionate photographer. He contributes his talents to conservation campaigns and other channels to promote awareness and funding. Because of his efforts, he has traveled to many parts of the globe to participate in photographic trips and has even had the opportunity to speak with King Charles III about the protection of animal habitats.

In the meanwhile, on March 25, 2020, his sister Bindi wed a former professional wakeboarder named Chandler Powell. In line with the passion that the family has always had for animals, the couple chose to have their intimate ceremony in the grounds of Australia Zoo in Queensland. In addition to the stunning flower arrangement, the wedding also included a koala as an additional prop.

On March 25, 2021, Bindi and Chandler became the proud parents of their first child, a daughter named Grace Warrior Powell. Since that time, the doting mother has kept her followers and admirers up to speed on several occasions through social media on her daughter’s achievements. And she is not the only one who feels this way. Robert is very close with all of his family members, including Grace, much as his own father was to all of them. Robert has had little trouble adjusting to his new position as the fun uncle ever since the addition of she to the family.

Robert often uploads pictures of himself spending time with his niece Grace. In one of these postings, he stated that it was “wonderful to watch her grow,” and in another, he referred to her as “the best niece in the world!” It is very evident that Robert has a soft place for the little child, and it is not difficult to see why this is the case.

On May 5, 2023, Robert made another post on Instagram in which he shared a nice experience that he and Grace had shared. The photo taken in front of the mirror had Grace seated on top of Robert’s shoulders as both of them smiled from cheek to cheek. Robert wrote “Uncle life ” as the caption for the cute picture. The photograph was so endearing that even Bindi felt compelled to comment on it by proclaiming, “The best!!”

According to Grace’s mother, it seems that even Grace, who is only 2 years old, may have inherited a passion for the natural world and its inhabitants. During a gala event held in Beverly Hills on May 4, 2023 in memory of Bindi’s late father, Bindi told People that it has been “remarkable to see how passionate (Grace) is about the natural world.” Grace was one of the honorees at the night.

“She has such a passion for animals, and whenever she learns anything new about them, she gets so happy. She is quite knowledgeable on animal monikers. It defies all logic. Bindi couldn’t help but exclaim, “I mean, I guess it runs in the family.”

She also said that Grace is going through a dinosaur period right now and that at this time, Grace “just talks about all these different dinosaur names that we don’t know how she knows them all.”

The elated mother said that it has been a joy for her to see her daughter develop the same type of reverence and amazement for the natural world that all of the other members of her family have.

“I see in her a great deal of love, thoughtfulness, and compassion. Even though she is only two years old, she is the one to go on her knees and raise her hand in the air to the ants. … A few days ago, we were able to save a bee. Because it had landed in a damp spot, she was adamant that we get the bee out of the water as soon as possible. She has been going on and on about it for the last week. It’s such a sweet little thing.”

By Elen

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