Bindi Irwin Praises Grace Warrior During Daughter’s Television Debut: ‘She’s So Cute Because She Smiles With Her Whole Body’

Bindi Irwin‘s daughter, Grace Warrior, made her television debut on the season 4 premiere of “Crikey! It’s the Irwins,” which aired on New Year’s Day on the Animal Planet and Discovery+.

“Motherhood has been the greatest adventure of my entire life,” Irwin can be heard saying in a voiceover while she is seen kissing Grace, who is just three months old when the footage was shot, during a walk through the family’s wildlife conservation site.

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And then, Irwin’s younger brother, Robert Irwin, 23, and mother, Terri Iriwn, 57, pop up to join the little family in their stroll. “What do you think of the world?” Bindi Irwin asks her daughter, who was born on March 25.

To which the proud mom speaks directly to camera about Grace’s personality.

“She’s so cute because she smiles with her whole body,” she says of Grace. “I love that every day brings a new happy moment, a new challenge,” she adds.

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And as the family comes across a group of rhinoceroses, Irwin asks Grace, “Can you spot the rhinos? They’ve spotted you.”

Irwin goes on to admit that while Grace is amazing, motherhood can prove challenging.

“I’ve never worried so much in my life,” she admits. “Because I want her to be absolutely healthy and happy 100% of the time.”

“But I’m also happier than ever just being with my family and enjoying time together,” she adds.

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The clip includes footage of Irwin as a little girl listening as her late father, Steve Irwin, tells her how much he wants her to be a “wildlife warrior” like him.

Irwin died in 2006 at age 44 after being stung by a sting ray.

“Dad definitely passed on his passion for wildlife,” Bindi Irwin tells viewers. “And for me and Robert, it means so much to us to be able to carry on Dad’s legacy, and I hope to inspire Grace as well.”

The clip ends with Bindi Irwin sharing how she thinks Grace will take after her family.

“I have a feeling she’s going to take on the world. She’s going to be our own little hurricane.”

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