Bindi Irwin Shares Tearful Video of Late Dad Where He Talked about How Much He Loved Her
Bindi Irwin shares a tear-jerking video of late dad Steve Irwin pouring his heart out about how much he loved his daughter.
Many years have passed since the iconic conservationist and zookeeper Steve Irwin tragically passed away after being attacked by a stingray, but his memories are forever engraved in daughter Bindi’s heart.
In the video shared on her Twitter account, Steve talks about how much he loves his daughter and his pride in being a parent.
Every time I watch this clip my heart overflows with emotion. The people we love are always with us. Love lives on no matter what & I think that is the most beautiful thing about our existence🙏🏼Thank you, Dad, this moment captured on camera made my whole life.— Bindi Irwin (@BindiIrwin) March 28, 2019
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“Every time I watch this clip my heart overflows with emotion. The people we love are always with us,” she wrote.
The video was extracted from an old “Australian Story” documentary which features clips of Bindi’s birth.
“I never really wanted to be a dad, I couldn't really give a rip. And now I'm the proudest father, I gotta tell ya,” Steve gushes in the video. "When I go into the field, I have a photo of me and my daughter, and I just sit there and start crying just looking at her."
Bindi was just 8-years-old when her dad passed away. She has taken well after her father, keeping his campaigns alive with her mother and brother, Robert Irwin.
The family travels around the world promoting his charity “Wildlife Warriors” which aims to educate people about endangered species.They also work at their Australian Zoo and star in “The ‘Crikey! It’s the Irwin” show.
Previously, she shared a throwback photo of her parents holding her hands when she was a toddler on her Instagram page.
“Reflecting on this special moment. Holding hands and learning to walk in the heart of Australia... I’m thankful every day for the unconditional love and support of my wonderful parents. My guiding lights, always,” Bindi wrote.
Steve was honored with a Hollywood Walk of Fame star on April 28, 2018. During the ceremony, his wife gave a speech on the importance of animal care and non-selective compassion for animals.