Bindi Irwin Celebrates Two of Her ‘Dearest Friends’ Getting Engaged in Sweet Photo

by Leanne Stahulak
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Bindi Irwin posted the sweetest photo of her and her family celebrating the engagement of two of her close friends.

In the picture, which Bindi posted earlier today, we see her and her husband Chandler Powell. Bindi also holds baby Grace Warrior up for the picture. Little Grace looks absolutely adorable in her little dress and bow. Also featured are the happily engaged couple, Ellie Gonsalves and Ross Scutts.

“Two of my dearest friends are engaged! Honoured to be part of your day and beyond excited for this beautiful new life chapter,” Bindi Irwin captioned her post.

She also included a snippet about Ellie’s recent time on Big Brother Austalia, imploring her followers to vote for Ellie.

“Also, @ellie_gonsalves is on Big Brother Australia and needs your votes. Her chosen charity is @wildlifewarriorsworldwide and she’s a force to be reckoned with! Check it out and VOTE for this fierce woman warrior here: bigbrother.com.au,” Bindi concluded in her caption.

According to The Daily Mail, Ross popped the question to Ellie while the duo visited the Irwins at Australia Zoo. Ellie took the stage at the Crocoseum alongside Terri and Robert Irwin as well as Bindi Irwin’s husband Chandler.

Ellie, who’s also a model and actress, co-hosted a croc show before suddenly Ross stepped up to the stage. Dressed in a smart blue jacket, jeans, and sneakers, he got down on one knee before the whole crowd and surprised her with an engagement ring. She said yes, and the two kissed in front of the cheering crowd. Bindi Irwin and her husband were the first ones up to hop on the stage and congratulate the pair.

Bindi Irwin and ‘Fam’ Celebrate Release of Her New Book

Earlier today, Bindi Irwin took to Instagram to share a sneak peek of some of her “family” members enjoying her new book. Said family members include kangaroos, brightly colored birds, and a lizard-like creature. See them for yourself in the picture below.

“Fam enjoying the book,” Bindi Irwin wrote in her caption. “This is the last week to receive a signed copy. I wrote this book to capture 50 years of Wildlife Warrior history. It features hundreds of never-before-seen photographs and stories.”

The book, titled “Creating a Conservation Legacy,” celebrate Australia Zoo’s 50th anniversary and shows the zoo’s history over the years. Bindi’s book contains over 270 photos, some never before seen, of the Irwin family’s conservation work over the years. The mom and wildlife warrior signed copies throughout the whole month of November, so make sure you order yours if you still want a signed copy!

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