Bindi Irwin shares touching painting

Wildlife preservation in Australia and around the world has been helped by the work of the Crocodile Hunter. Steve’s daughter Bindi Irwin was with her for the first time on Mother’s Day. Bindi shared a painting of her dad holding her granddaughter to pay homage to him.

 

The 15-year anniversary of Steve’s death is this September.




The 15-year anniversary of Steve’s death is this September.

Steve was puncturing his chest with a jagged barb from a frightened stingray.

 

Fans will probably never be over his death.

Fans all around the world look to Steve Irwin as a role model, because he was a hero to many.

Everyone was taught how to be kind to animals.

 

Fans are invested in his children and wife because of his influence.

They like to keep up with the family and the good that they do.

The daughter of Steve’s was brought to us by this.

 

Bindi gave birth to a baby girl in March.

She has a legacy behind her name. According to Bindi’s caption, Grace was her grandmother’s name.

The baby’s middle names are a tribute to her father and husband.

 

The child’s name isn’t the main accolade she has given to her dad.

A few touching tributes have been shared by Bindi and her father.

She painted a picture of her father on her wedding day.

 

Bindi wrote about how she and her dad were honored.

“Mum helped me get ready, Robert walked me down the aisle, Chandler became my husband and together we lit a candle in Dad’s memory. We shared tears and smiles and love,” she wrote.

 

Bindi shared a picture of what it might have looked like if Steve was there.

Bindi captioned the photo with a quote, “‘To live in hearts we leave behind is not to die.’ ― Thomas Campbell. Thank you @themonkeybrush for creating this spectacular piece.”

 

Bindi shared a picture to honor her father.

Bindi decided to do something special for her first Mother’s Day with her daughter.

It was beautiful.

 

It was similar to her previous painting.

Bindi commissioned a painting that shows her late father holding her granddaughter, surrounded by the rest of the family.

The likeness is almost three-dimensional at first glance.

 

“Celebrating my first Mother’s Day.” she wrote as the caption.

“This day embodies the extraordinary gift of family. Thank you to ‘The Monkey Brush’ for bringing my family and Chandler’s together in these stunning works of art.”

 

Bindi concluded the post by writing “I wish we could all be together but sometimes life has other plans.”

“❤️To my beautiful daughter, always know that you are loved beyond description.”

How adorable!