Bindi Irwin shared a sweet glimpse into her life with her husband Chandler Powell.Irwin, the 21-year-old daugher of the late Steve Irwin, posted a
Bindi Irwin shared a sweet glimpse into her life with her husband Chandler Powell.
Irwin, the 21-year-old daugher of the late Steve Irwin, posted a picture of her and Powell, 23, taking a selfie with their dog Piggy.
Piggy planted a kiss on Irwin’s cheek in the photo.
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“My little family,” the Australian zoo conservationist captioned the picture.
Powell commented, “We both love you.”
The couple adopted their puppy in December. Piggy made an appearance in several of their photos from their impromptu wedding at the Australia Zoo in March.
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Due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, as well as the aftermath of the Australian wildfires, Irwin and Powell decided not to honeymoon and used that money to assist the struggling zoo. The pair also opted to return to work caring for the animals.
Irwin and Powell sat down with their family and other staffers the day after their wedding to discuss the financial hardships of the facility for an Animal Planet special titled “Crikey! It’s the Irwins: Life in Lockdown” that is scheduled to air on July 11.
“The pandemic has severely affected Australia Zoo financially… I can’t even come close to paying bills. We’re having to stand down staff and it’s very emotional,” Terri Irwin said in the trailer.
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The wife of the late Irwin also revealed that the zoo’s weekly payroll was 52 percent of their earnings and with the zoo shut down amid the coronavirus pandemic, they could not sustain that cost.
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The Australia Zoo eventually was able to reopen its doors in June.
Steve Irwin, known as TV’s beloved “Crocodile Hunter,” was killed by a stingray while filming off the Great Barrier Reef on Sept. 4, 2006. He was 44.