Australia Zoo Animals Flock to Bindi Irwin’s Baby: ‘That’s Steve All Over’

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Animals flock to Bindi Irwin’s baby, Grace, proving that wildlife expert Steve Irwin’s 10-month old granddaughter appears to have inherited his animal magnetism.

“So she’ll go out in the morning in the stroller, and all the kangaroos just gather around her like they’re having a meeting,” said her grandmother, Terri Irwin. Her father, Chandler Powell, shared the beautiful image on Twitter:

Bindi’s mom Terri opened up to Entertainment tonight about just how much the new addition to the family resembles her late husband. “I think she’s got that determination that Steve had and that connection with wildlife,” She said. “Because it is weird to see animals just gravitate to her. So she’ll go out in the morning in the stroller, and all the kangaroos just gather around her like they’re having a meeting.”

Steve (aka the Crocodile Hunter) died on Sept. 4, 2006, after his heart was pierced by the barb of a stingray while filming at the Great Barrier Reef in Australia. Known for his wildlife documentaries, exuberant personality and sense of adventure, it’s no surprise to Bindi, 23, that her baby girl is taking after her grandfather. “Oh my word, the koalas … literally climb out of their trees to come see her.”

Considering how adorable Grace is, we’re not surprised. We’d climb out of a tree to say hello, too.

—Shelley Massey

 

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