Robert Irwin Posts Heartwarming Videos With Bindi’s Daughter Grace Warrior

by Anna Dunn
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Robert Irwin just posted a heartwarming set of pictures with his niece, Grace Warrior. Robert is the son of late Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin. His sister, Bindi, recently had a baby. The family shares plenty of pictures and videos doting on her. And this new set of pictures is no exception.

The black and white artistic photos show multiple points in Grace’s journey so far.

“More moments on film,” he wrote in the caption. It looks like the photos were taken with a film camera.

The series of photos show the family spending time with Grace as she explores new places. There’s also a beautiful solo picture of a waterfall and a photo of Robert and Bindi’s mother, Terri.

Robert, Bindi, Terri, and now Bindi’s husband Chandler, all work at the Australia Zoo. They’re a family of conservationists, working together to protect the health and safety of the wildlife not only at the Zoo but around the world.

Robert Irwin is Inspired by His Father

Much like Bindi, Robert Irwin takes a lot of inspiration from his late father, Steve Irwin. Steve Irwin had his own show on animal planet and taught countless people, both children, and adults, about different animals and the importance of protecting them.

Steve Irwin passed away while Robert was just a toddler.

On November 15th, which is Steve Irwin Day, a day that commemorates Steve Irwin and is supposed to bring awareness to conservation efforts, Robert shared a touching post about his late father.

“Thinking a lot about my Dad today and the impact that he made on our planet, inspiring an entire generation,” he wrote. “I also think about what a truly amazing dad he was. Through a lifetime captured on camera and stories from my family and those who knew him best, I’m able to remember the special times with dad. I still look up to him every day and while I miss him so much, it means the world to me and my family that each year we can have a day for the world to celebrate what he stood for.”

But the Irwin family celebrates what Steve Irwin stood for every single day while working on the zoo and helping to promote the protection of endangered wildlife. His legacy couldn’t be in more capable hands.

The family also has their own show, Crikey! It’s the Irwins, which follows their lives at the Australian zoo. There are 4 seasons so far.

Now, it seems the whole family is already trying to bring little Grace Warrior into the fold, taking her on adventures and introducing her to the animals.

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