Bindi Irwin says her new TV collection will uphold late dad Steve Irwin’s legacy.
The 19-year-old Australian tv persona reacted Sunday after Animal Planet promoted her household’s upcoming present with footage of the “Crocodile Hunter,” who died at age 44 in 2006, throughout Tremendous Bowl LII.
“My first time watching this footage was just a few days in the past. I do not assume I will ever be capable of describe the quantity of emotion in my coronary heart as soon as the video ended. My dad. My superhero,” Bindi captioned the clip on Instagram.
“I promise to do my finest to make you proud and guarantee your legacy lives on perpetually,” she vowed. “A brand new chapter in our lives has begun as we embark on this journey with @animalplanet. There may be a lot on the horizon. We won’t wait to share our story as a household #WildlifeWarriors.”
The footage reveals an emotional Steve voice his hope to in the end entrust his conservation efforts to Bindi and her youthful brother, Robert Irwin.
“Is there something on this world that might make me wish to give away what I am doing now? Sure, there’s,” the star stated.
“When my youngsters can take the soccer that I name wildlife conservation and run it up. Once they’re able to run up our mission, I’ll gladly step apart and I assure you will probably be the proudest second of my life,” he added.
Bindi will star on the brand new Animal Planet collection with Robert and their mother, Terri Irwin. The trio assist oversee the Australia Zoo in Beerwah, Australia, which Steve’s dad and mom opened in 1970.