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Bindi Irwin’s wedding planning has just begun, but there are a few more details, they will know for sure.
“I think that, for me, is very, very important, the fact that Robert is walking me down the aisle,” she told Entertainment Tonight this week. “This is something that I really want to do that.”
“He has been such a huge part of my life and he has always stepped up and been the one to give me a hug when I need it and to encourage me to advance in life,” she added, her 15-year-old brother.
Bindi, who is just trying to be a good friend Chandler-Powell, on her 21st birthday this week, he told the outlet that is Robert’s take on the typical father-of-the-bride’s role to honor the memory of their late father, an animal expert and television personality Steve Irwin, on her big day.
Steve Irwin, better known as The “Crocodile Hunter,” was killed in an accident with a stingray in 2006. At the time, Bindi was just 8-years-old.
For additional wedding details, instead of a father-daughter dance, she wants to be her mother, Terri, is a step in front of the valuable time.
“My mom and I are so close,” Bindi said. “She has been my pillar of strength in life, and I love her beyond description. So, I think that when the time comes, as Robert is walking me down the aisle, [Female and I have our moments, and I will dance with you, mom.”
The young conservationist, who works with her family on the Animal Planet cameras follow them on their adventures in “Crikey! It’s the Irwins,” said the wedding will take place in the next financial year.
Her engagement announcement on Instagram, Bindi also wrote a sweet message to her future husband.
“Female, about 6 years ago, I fell in love with you and every day since has been a whirlwind of adventure and true happiness,” she said. “This is a life-long friendship, purpose, and unconditional love. — Now, let’s get married!”
This story was first published in the New York Post.