Bindi Irwin Unveils Surprising Connection Between Grace Warrior’s Birthday And Her Wedding Vows

Bindi Irwin shared a surprising connection between her and Chandler Powell‘s wedding date and their daughter Grace Warrior‘s birthdate.

“Grace Warrior was born at 5:52pm on the 25th of March 2021. We just discovered that Chandler and I said our vows and were officially married exactly 3 minutes earlier on the 25th of March 2020. Three. Minutes. This is why I believe in miracles. ❤️”

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In honor of Steve Irwin day (which was November 15) Bindi, 23, recently posted to Instagram with an sweet little interview of herself, husband Chandler Powell and their seven-month-old daughter Grace.

“It’s Steve Irwin Day coming up. Probably the most important day in our calendar. I was wondering what It means for you guys to be in khaki?” the host asked.

After Chandler responded, Bindi then asked baby Grace: “What do you think? What does khaki mean to you?”

“She’s like “I don’t understand the question”,” Bindi then said, referring to Grace.

In other news, according to a new report — the family’s zoo may be in more financial strife than previously thought. A source reveals how “several key staffers” have been led go in the past few weeks.

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Last year, Bindi admitted how last year, they almost shut down the business amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

“This year marked Australia Zoo’s 50th birthday and for the first time in our history we had to close our gates to guests for 78 days due to the pandemic,” the post read in part.

“Our animal food bills alone are about $80,000 per week and we spent our days trying to keep our team and family of animals safe.”

:Every moment of every day the question of when or if we would recover burned in the back of our minds,” Bindi continued. “However, we were reminded that there is always hope on the horizon. Things turned around in Australia and we were able to open our doors once again to people needing a safe haven of gardens and wildlife. Our conservation work continued to go from strength to strength, supporting species protection around the world.”

But in January, a source close to the family informed Woman’s Day magazine “they still aren’t out of the woods yet.”

“The zoo relies on international visitors, and with the borders closed, indeed some state borders closed, and even Aussies struggling to get home, that’s a sizable chunk of their income gone,” the source said.

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