Bindi Irwin get emotional as she shares never before seen photo of her mother Terri and late father Steve on what would have been their 31st wedding anniversary: ‘Definition of soulmates’
Bindi Irwin has shared a never before seen throwback photo of her mother Terri and late father Steve to mark what would have been their 31st wedding anniversary.
In the image, Steve and Terri are seen smiling and the Crocodile Hunter putting a loving arm around his wife as they posed on the beach.
In the caption, Bindi referenced their ‘eternal love’.
‘There isn’t a day that goes by that many of us miss him. Happiest of anniversaries,’ one fan wrote.
‘I always loved the way they looked at each other. Happy anniversary,’ another added underneath the photo.
Bindi Irwin has shared a never before seen throwback photo of her mother Terri and late father Steve to mark what would have been their 31st wedding anniversary
‘Their love is forever,’ one added.
Others mentioned they found it astounding that Terri never remarried.
Steve tragically died in 2006 after a stingray’s barb pierced his chest while on the Great Barrier Reef.
‘You parents were the definition of soulmates, people truly put on this planet for each other. I see the same sort of connection between you and your husband, it’s truly heartwarming,’ they wrote.
Fans praised the beloved couple, with one fan writing: ‘Their love is forever’
Steve, who tragically died in 2006, was beloved by family and fans. Pictured
‘I really am truly astonished that Terri never remarried she was such a gorgeous woman. I guess love is real,’ yet another wrote.
Bindi was just eight years old at the time of Steve’s death. Son Robert was even younger, just three-years-old.
Steve’s family has carried on his mission to promote and protect wildlife through Australia Zoo, with the family global stars.
Steve’s family has carried on his mission to promote and protect wildlife through Australia Zoo, with the family global stars. They just opened new luxe lodging at the zoo. (L) Chandler Powell
Steve has clearly been on Bindi’s mind with the star promoting new luxury lodgings at Australia Zoo, calling it ‘Steve’s dream’.
‘I remember being a little girl and sitting at our big meeting table while my mum [Terri] and dad planned for the future with the Australia Zoo team,’ Bindi recently wrote on Instagram.
‘Dad’s big dream for the future was to create luxury accommodation like no other for our guests,’ she added.
‘With his dream accomplished and continuing to expand, I hope he’d be proud of the love and passion we’ve all poured into this project.’
Steve died on September 4, 2006, at the age of 44 after being pierced in the chest by a stingray while filming a documentary. Bindi was just eight years old at the time