While Bindi Irwin has not returned from her social media hiatus, her husband Chandler Powell kept fans updated on their daughter’s latest animal milestone on Sunday.
Powell took a photo of Irwin kneeling near a group of teenage kangaroos as she held their 3-month-old Grace, and shared the image on Instagram and Twitter for family fans.
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“Introducing our kangaroo joey @australiazoo to our human joey,” he captioned the post, which shows one of the marsupials taking an interest in their little human. “Grace loved meeting the little roos with her mom”
The life update comes shortly after Irwin announced she would take a social media hiatus after being criticized for shedding light on a family drama surrounding Father’s Day.
Irwin, 22, highlighted his late father, husband and stepfather in a Facebook post to celebrate the holiday. And when asked why she left out her 82-year-old grandfather, she reportedly wrote that it was due to their lack of relationship, according to 7News.
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The young wildlife conservationist and TV personality wrote a lengthy explanation claiming that she believes she was the victim of “psychological abuse” by her grandfather Bob Irwin, which would involve not showing evidence. interest in spending time with her or her family and giving her open gifts among other transgressive behaviors.
Bob did not speak to Irwin’s high-profile allegations.
However, other family and friends refuted Irwin’s claims with their own rebuttals on Facebook, according to a report from news.com.au.
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Bob’s step-granddaughter, Bethanny Wheeler, defended the founder of the Australia Zoo by claiming he was “a really beautiful human … who sits in silence and fights his demons alone.”
Meanwhile, author Amanda French who co-wrote Bob’s autobiography “The Last Crocodile Hunter” gave a strongly worded lecture directed at Irwin.
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“Unbeknownst to you, and what you know, he is in deep pain at the loss of his family,” French wrote. “He’s not someone who tries to reach out and communicate, he’s like your dad. An introvert and not someone who can navigate people well… He loves you and your dad more than you do. think so. It should be a private matter not written on Facebook. “
News of the Irwin family argument comes about three months before the 15th anniversary of Steve Irwin’s death.
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The famous Australian zookeeper, environmentalist and media icon was nicknamed The Crocodile Hunter and appeared in several television programs between 1996 and 2007. He died at the age of 44 while filming a documentary in the Great Barrier Reef de Corail, where a stingray beard struck him in the chest.
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