When All That’s Left Is Memories: Bindi Irwin Gives Tributes To Late Father Steve: When it’s been 14 years since you have lost someone dear to your heart. Pregnant Bindi Irwin has taken up social media to paid tribute to her late father on the 14 anniversary of his tragic death.
The Tragic Death Of Steve Irwin
Steve Irwin was an Australian wildlife expert. He was also known as the “Crocodile Hunter”.
On 4th September 2006, Steve then 44, was attacked by a stingray which struck him, piercing his heart with its tail. He was filming a wildlife documentary on the Great Barrier Reef. The excessive blood loss due to the injury caused his death.
14 Years After The Tragedy
Steve, daughter Bindi Irwin paid her tribute to her late father to mark the 14th death anniversary of her dad. She shared a photo of her past with her father along with the caption: “You’re always in heart.”
Robert (16), shared the post of his sister on his Instagram story to pay tribute to his father.
The legacy of Steve is yet alive with his wife, Terri, running the Australia Zoo in Beerwah, Queensland. The zoo had been opened by Steve’s parents Bob and Lyn Irwin in 1979.
There is also a show dedicated to Steve, it’s an American reality TV show, Crikey! It’s the Irwins; the show is part if Animal Planet. His family are the star of the show, with features archive Steve for the past.
Bindi (22) is a conservationist; she has been married to Chandler Powell, a professional wakeboarder.
Last month she had taken to Instagram to share the news of her pregnancy. She had shared a picture to convey the information that they were expecting their first child.
Bindi and Chandler had tied the knot in March. They honoured Steve with a light-up candle, and they put a display photo of him and his favourite dog, Suey.
Hindi had also spoken to Entertainment Tonight in May, sharing that the picture on display in her wedding was one of her favourite photo of her father.
Bindi revealed that her middle name Sue was after their dog Suey. She had loved the dog, and it was one of the first animals she had come to love. Irwin spoke that the picture was a symbol of everyone who could not be with her on her big day.
Irwin also explained why she didn’t take her husband’s last name, Powell.
“I’ve kept Bindi Irwin. I think that for me personally after dad passed away it was really important for me to feel close to him, and having his last name means so much to me.”