On the occasion of her younger brother Robert Irwin’s birthday, Bindi Irwin is paying tribute to him.
The Australian environmentalist posted a birthday message to her sibling on Instagram on Wednesday, which in Australia would have been the morning of his birthday on Thursday.
Bindi Irwin commented, “Happy Birthday to the taller Irwin sister and greatest brother in the world,” next to a photo of the two of them jokingly noting their differences in height and wishing each other a happy birthday. “With your amazing sense of humor and warm heart, you bring a ray of sunshine into our lives.”
Bindi proceeded by mentioning their late father, Steve Irwin, who had passed away at the age of 44 in 2006 “I can’t help but see so much of your father in everything you do, and I just know he’d be so incredibly proud of you. We are all of them. We are grateful to you for being such a wonderful brother to both Chandler and me, as well as such a wonderful uncle to Grace.”
She closed her post with the words, “We love you, and we can’t wait to celebrate today!”
The siblings are good friends, and just the other month, Robert disclosed that his sister has been harboring the hope that he will begin dating in the near future.
Robert revealed that Bindi, 24, has expressed her desire for him to deflect some of the focus away from her since the birth of her daughter Grace Warrior, who is now 20 months old, in March 2021 with her husband Chandler Powell.
According to an interview he gave with E! News, he said, “It’s very hilarious because of course, my sister has gotten married and had a kid and there’s always a lot of speculations that go around.” ” ‘they’re having triplets,’ or ‘Bindi is having a second kid,’ ”
Robert added: “Because there are always so many insane things that take place, Bindi always tells Robert, “It’s your turn now.” You have to locate someone who can take the pressure off of me!’”
The animal conservationist, who recently published a new photography book titled Robert Irwin’s Australia, stated that he does not have any “big scoop” to discuss in regard to his existing relationship, but that he will “get there” ultimately. Robert Irwin’s Australia was the title of the article that he had created.