Bindi Irwin will soon become a mom as she waits for the arrival of her baby girl. But before that, she treats her fans by sharing a glimpse of her baby bump.
Bindi Irwin shares her growing baby bump
Bindi Irwin stepped out in an all-black outfit with a black-and-white cardigan printed with flowers to join her family for an intimate dinner. After the get-together, she posed for a photo while cradling her baby bump.
“Dinner with the fam and baby bump. There are no words to describe how much I love our baby girl,” she wrote on Instagram on Wednesday.
Her post received almost 400,000 likes and was flooded with sweet comments from fans who were wishing her a healthy and safe delivery. Her husband, Chandler Powell, also commented on her post.
“The two most beautiful girls,” he wrote.
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Many are celebrating Bindi Irwin’s pregnancy especially those who have watched her grow up. Bindi began appearing on TV shows as early as 2.
She made regular appearances on her dad Steve Irwin’s TV shows including The Crocodile Hunter Diaries and in the 2002 film The Wiggles: Wiggly Safari.
Bindi’s parents Steve and Terri Irwin owned the Australian Zoo. However, her dad passed away in 2006 after being pierced in the chest by a stingray barb.
“Your such a beautiful person…your dad is smiling his big crocodile smile in heaven and whispering sweet words to your baby girl,” one fan commented.
“Stunning you’ll be such an amazing mom Bindi,” another added.
“So beautiful! You’re going to make such an amazing mother,” a different fan wrote.
In September, Bindi Irwin and her husband, Chandler Powell, shared a snap of them cuddling their animal friends. Chandler was carrying a koala while Bindi was tucking another pet wrapped in a cloth. Bindi was also holding a sonogram of their baby.
In the post, Bindi introduced their adorable pets which she called “animal joeys” who were excited to meet their human joey. According to Bindi, their little one, which she fondly called Baby Wildlife Warrior was already about the size of a hummingbird.
The TV personality, conservationist and zoo operator is already excited to teach her daughter the importance of protecting the planet and the beauty of wildlife and wild places. Bindi also thanked her fans for supporting them on their magical journey.