The nature conservationist shares her daughter with husband Chandler Powell
Bindi Irwin is celebrating a special moment with her daughter.
On Sunday, the nature conservationist shared a sweet video on Instagram of her 2-year-old daughter Grace as she attended her first Steve Irwin Gala, an event held in honor of Bindi's late father Steve Irwin.
Wearing a sparkly tan dress and matching flats, Grace, whom Bindi shares with husband Chandler Powell, bounded around and smiled as she joined her parents for family photos.
"Join us for Grace's first ever #SteveIrwinGala raising funds and awareness for @wildlifewarriorsworldwide," the proud mom, 25, wrote as she shared the clips on Instagram. "Her happiness lights up the entire room! 💛."
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For Halloween this year, Bindi and her family had a "ROARing good spooky day" with Grace, explaining how the toddler inspired the family costume theme for the year.
"Grace wanted to be 'all the dinosaurs' this year for #Halloween. Here we are… 🦖," she captioned the expertly crafted photo, which showed the mom and her husband dressed as Jurrasic Park visitors while Grace posed in three different dinosaur costumes throughout the photo.
Last month, Irwin shared an Instagram Reel, explaining that the couple took daughter Grace to Australia Zoo's Elephant Gift Shop to go on a stuffed animal shopping spree in celebration of her "unbirthday."
"We have a family tradition of celebrating ‘unbirthdays’ when you turn a half ❤️," she explained. "Happy two and a half unbirthday to our beautiful Grace Warrior."
The video showed the sweet toddler naming the different animals as she perused the selection, holding as many as she could in her arms before passing some off to mom.
"So much happiness in one video. I love you both ❤️," Powell, 26, commented.
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