1. Today is Bindi’s 15th Birthday!
Bindi Irwin Celebrates Her Birthday at the Zoo , http://t.co/FEe1pA76aZ
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15-year-old Bindi Irwin decided to spend her special day at the zoo today! Apparently, the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree, ay mate? Bindi’s father, Steve Irwin, also shared a fascination for wildlife — as he was once famously the epic Crocodile Hunter!
Bindi tweeted this earlier today:
What a beautiful 15th birthday I had. Thank you to everyone for the kind birthday wishes and support! I couldn't do it without you.
— Bindi Irwin (@BindiIrwin) July 24, 2013
But, she’s not the only one! Mother — Terri Irwin, also recently celebrated a birthday on the 19th of July! And, Bindi was sure to send her birthday wishes on her special day.
— Bindi Irwin (@BindiIrwin) July 20, 2013
Happy Birthday to both beautiful ladies!
2. Bindi Recently Attended the “Man of Steel” Premiere With Russell Crowe
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The Man of Steel premiere happened last month in Sydney, Australia! There, Bindi was photographed with Russell and his children, according to E! Online. The event was reportedly a success. Russell even wished Bindi a happy birthday!
@russellcrowe thank you so much! Having the most brilliant 15th birthday.
— Bindi Irwin (@BindiIrwin) July 23, 2013
3. She Has Taken an Interest in Politics
— Family Planning QLD (@fpq72) July 23, 2013
As the famous crocodile hunter’s daughter grows older, she’s starting to understand the world around her. Not only that, but, she wants to make a difference in it! According to CourierMail, the young teen made a switch of interests from singing and dancing to politics and debate. More specifically, she has taken a particular interest in matters of family planning and birth control. This is what she said in an exclusive interview, as reported by the source:
As I’ve gotten older I’ve started to want to tackle bigger issues facing the world today… Girls as young as me or even younger are having kids and that doesn’t seen right to me. I think that’s really sad and we certainly need to start putting our heads together and thinking of ways to solve this. So educating our kids, giving them that freedom of choice and available help.
I think there’s lots of ways to look at it and family planning is so important and I feel bad for those who don’t have access to it and it’s certainly something that’s close to my heart and something I think we need to start thinking about.
The young girls’ got a bright head on her shoulders.
4. Her Father, The Crocodile Hunter, Died When She Was Only 8 Years Old
As most of us know, Bindi’s father Steve Irwin passed away from a tragic accident that occurred when little Bindi was only 8 years old.
Steve Irwin , the Crocodile Hunter's daughter ; Bindi Irwin *-* She changed alot ! pic.twitter.com/44YYStW9tc
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Nonetheless, since the unforgettable Crocodile Hunter’s untimely death in 2006, both Bindi and her younger brother are doing well… Bindi has grown up to be a beautiful, bright, and opinionated young girl! In fact, her father has inspired many of her endeavors as a young teen. Read on to find out more!
5. Bindi is Currently Working With Discovery Kids
Bindi Irwin, Daughter Of Steve Irwin, Working With Discovery Kids – The Inquisitr http://t.co/3N5xXJrT0F
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According to Inquisitr, Bindi has been busy promoting her very own new film Return to Nim’s Island! And, she has “Discovery Kids” programs that will include DVDs like Bindi’s Bootcamp and Steve Irwin’s Wildlife Warriors, reports the source. Based on her new projects, Bindi quotes:
I’m a great believer in conservation, kid-empowerment and all things to do with wildlife.
‘Atta girl! Meamwhile, 10-year-old brother and Crocodile Hunter son Robert Irwin is also living in the Crocodile Hunter’s shadow, according to Inquisitr. He’s started his very own project, must like his sister, and has been working on a dinosaur hunter book series of his very own.
Congrats to both kids!
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