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Bindi Irwin and Her Husband Chandler Powell Pose with Koala Showing How They Spend Time Together

Jaimie-lee Prince
May 27, 2020
06:30 A.M.
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Bindi Irwin and her husband, Chandler Powell, are not as lonely as the rest of the world. The newlyweds still have their zoo animals to keep them company.


On Tuesday, Bindi Irwin and Chandler Powell looked like they were in paradise as they stood near a koala at the Australian Zoo. Thankfully, they still have access to it amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The newlywed couple is not bound to their home and yard like most of us. Instead, they've got a whole world to explore — and fans are happy to be sharing it with them even if it's just in photos. The post is found below.


In the picture, Powell appeared to be holding up the camera as he stood in or near a flowing stream. Just behind him, a gray koala perched on a branch.

Underneath it was Bindi, who wore a broad smile that matched her husband's. Both of them wore their khaki Australian Zoo uniforms in the heartwarming shot.


"How we spend 'koala-ty' time together as husband and wife," wrote Powell in the caption. He went on to express appreciation for residents who pass by the zoo and say, "G' day!"

Bindi and Powell got married back in March. The couple, who star in Animal Planet's "Crikey! It's the Irwins," later aired their wedding on television.


The one-hour special showed behind-the-scenes snippets from the pair's wedding preparations as well as moments from the big day. Koalas were featured alongside macaws and snakes.

After the wedding, which saw Bindi's brother Robert walk her down the aisle, the couple enjoyed their honeymoon. Interestingly, though, it seemed no different than a regular day at work.

Photos from the pair included more khaki outfits, plus feeding of some giraffes. Of course, Bindi and Chandler would have done things differently, if not for COVID-19.


Both their wedding and their honeymoon were compromised. The ceremony in March included no more than her immediate family and no guests due to the virus.

In a post, Bindi wrote a lengthy caption talking about how difficult it was to decide to hold such a small wedding. In the end, it was about the safety of others.

Steve Irwin, poses with a three foot long alligator at the San Francisco Zoo on June 26, 2002 in San Francisco, California | Photo: Getty Images

Steve Irwin, poses with a three foot long alligator at the San Francisco Zoo on June 26, 2002 in San Francisco, California | Photo: Getty Images


The wedding also saw Bindi pay tribute to her late father, Steve Irwin, with throwback photos and clips of the pair together. Bindi did a voice-over saying that she believes her dad is still with them in some way.

The couple also lit a candle to honor the late zookeeper on their big day. We're sure Steve would be proud of his daughter and the way she's continuing his legacy.

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