Here's How Pregnant Bindi Irwin Honored Her Unborn Daughter on International Women's Day
Reality star Bindi Irwin took to Instagram to pay tribute to her unborn baby girl while posing next to her mother, Terri Irwin, in the mother and daughter photo.
Bindi Irwin posted a sweet message on social media honoring her unborn child on International Women’s Day. Bindi posed alongside her mom Terri Irwin cradling her baby bump.
She captioned her post: “Here’s to strong women. May we know them. May we be them. May we raise them. #InternationalWomens Day."
BINDI’S TRIBUTE TO HER CHILD
The snapshot comes with a beautiful sight of the zookeeper and her 56-year-old mom standing outdoors. The photo showed the mother and daughter duo with their hands on the 22-year-old’s pregnant tummy.
They both posed, looking down, admiring the baby bump offering gentle smiles. Terri wore khaki, a long-sleeved shirt with the words “Australia zoo” embroidered in green color, and matching trousers.
She styled her brunette locks in a fringe hairstyle and wore her tresses down. Her daughter wore a black T-shirt with blue printed words reading, "Warrior."
Bindi also wore her curly brunette hair down in a side-parted hairstyle. She put on a natural makeup look, brown eye shadows, and a nude lip.
THE UNBORN BABY’S NURSERY
Last month, Bindi reportedly showed off her daughter’s nature-themed nursery. She wrote on her Instagram Stories that she could not wait for her arrival.
In the snap, she posed, leaning against her baby-to-be’s changing table beaming. The wall behind was painted with bunnies, butterflies, flowers, and a crescent moon.
THE BABY’S NICKNAME
The conversationist also revealed that she and her spouse Chandler Powell are still deciding on baby names. However, she shared that they do have a nickname for her.
Bindi reportedly shared that her late father, Steve Irwin, inspired the nickname, and it honors him. She revealed that the unborn baby is called "Wildlife Warrior."
The Australian native added that her father created the term, and she explained its meaning. "Being a Wildlife Warrior means to stand up and speak for those who cannot speak for themselves,” she said.
THEIR PUBLIC AFFECTION
She called the father-to-be her "forever Valentine." On the other hand, Powell shared how she made him feel like the "luckiest man alive." The pair got married on March 25, 2020.