Grace Warrior, the daughter of Bindi Irwin, is destined for fame on television.

And according to a family insider, the two-year-old may surpass her legendary grandfather Steve “The Crocodile Hunter” Irwin, in fame.

According to the insider, Grace is a complete natural in front of the camera.

According to some, she may surpass her grandfather Steve Irwin in terms of entertainment value. She’s hilarious and intelligent, they continued.

While some family members of the Irwins feel that Grace is too young to live in front of the cameras, her mother, Bindi Irwin, began appearing on television when she was just two years old.


Bindi Irwin

‘You have to remember that Bindi Irwin grew up in front of the cameras and was Grace’s age when she first started appearing on television,’ said a source.

Bindi Irwin is also enthused about a potential new TV chance in the United States with a format similar to The Crocodile Hunter, the show that made her parents famous.

‘In a few years, there will be fantastic chances, some of which Bindi Irwin herself is enthusiastic about, such as a Crocodile Huntress [series] that would be family-led yet include American favorite Bindi in the lead,’ the person said.

The news comes only weeks after Bindi Irwin and her husband Chandler Powell celebrated Grace Warrior’s birthday on March 25 at Australia Zoo.

Bindi Irwin had previously shared the invitation on Instagram and a photo of her young daughter with a wombat and an echidna.

She mentioned all the activities planned for the birthday party, including free cupcakes and a live Bluey and Bingo performance.

‘Our lovely Grace Warrior is turning two. At Australia Zoo, we’re celebrating your birthday with you. ‘March 25th,’ she wrote.

Other benefits included free admission for children under 14, a safari obstacle course, party hat creation, pot planting, and clay workshops.

Grace’s birthday occurred just weeks after Bindi Irwin revealed she needed to fly to the United States for major endometriosis surgery.

In a lengthy Instagram post, the daughter of the late Steve ‘the Crocodile Hunter’ Irwin and his American-born wife Terri spoke about her decade-long battle with the disease.

She said she had spent ten years ‘ripped apart [by] the anguish’ and knew she had to have surgery because she ‘couldn’t live like I was’ in a frightening photo of herself in a hospital bed after the surgery.

Bindi Irwin

Bindi Irwin

She described how the Seckin Endometriosis Centre in New York City surgeon had removed 37 lesions and a ‘chocolate cyst,’ a phrase for a cyst filled with menstrual blood.

Seckin Endometriosis Centre practitioners mainly perform procedures at Lenox Hill Hospital on Manhattan’s Upper East Side.

Endometriosis is a painful disorder in which uterine tissue grows outside of the uterus.