Bindi Irwin shares adorable photo of daughter Grace as the Easter Bunny

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bindi sue irwin recently posted an adorable photo of her daughter dressed as the Easter bunny to mark the holidays.

The nature conservationist and her husband Chandler Powell jointly shared Grace’s Easter photo, which appears to be taken outdoors.

Bindi Irwin shares adorable Easter photo of daughter Grace

25-year-old Bindi and her 27-year-old husband Chandler are celebrating Easter with their 3-year-old daughter Grace.

The couple posted an adorable photo of Grace dressed as the Easter Bunny to mark the day. The photo appears to have been taken outside as Grace is surrounded by lots of greenery.

The girl stood in the grass smiling and raised her hands as if she was about to clap. She was dressed in a beautiful pink dress embroidered with pictures of flowers and leaves. Grace was wearing a cute set of fluffy pink bunny ears, perfect for Easter Sunday.

Her parents captioned the adorable photo, “Our little Easter bunny. [Heart emoji],

Fans wish his family a happy Easter

Instagram | bindi irwin

In the comments section of Bindi’s post, fans wished her and her husband a happy Easter and pointed out how adorable their daughter looked as the Easter bunny.

One person wrote, “It’s so special to see Grace loving Easter!” While another said: “The cutest Easter bunny ever! Happy Easter, Grace!’

A third fan commented, “Bindi, she is beautiful and so adorable! She is growing up very fast. Happy Easter to you and your beautiful, inspiring family.

Another said, “Happy Easter, Grace Warrior. I hope you have a beautiful day. You are looking very lovely in your dress.”

Another person shared, “Happy Easter to you and your family. Hope you all enjoyed it, and have fun with your little Easter bunny. she’s so sweet.”

Bindi Irwin congratulates her brother Robert on his new hosting gig

The Easter photo of her daughter Grace comes just after she shared a sweet post congratulating her little brother Robert Irwin on his new hosting gig.

Robert was recently featured in “I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!” Was announced as the new host of. And his sister couldn’t be more proud of his accomplishment.

Bindi shared kind words for her brother along with a photo of the two of them posing at the Australia Zoo in Queensland.

He wrote, “A note to say that I am so proud of you, @robertirwinphotography! Such an incredible co-host on Australia’s @imacelebrityau with the beautiful @ladyjuliamorris on Channel 10.

“It has been the best to watch you face new challenges and shine. And you’ve made a positive difference since joining the show by not consuming wildlife! You will continue to inspire us all with your message of conservation through various mediums. She’s always excited for you,” he concluded.

Bindi Irwin reveals 10-year struggle with endometriosis

Bindi Irwin in hospital bed
Instagram | bindi irwin

In March last year, the nature conservationist spoke candidly about her ten-year battle with endometriosis. Bindi shared a health update along with a picture of herself in the hospital.

In the lengthy post, Bindi revealed that she had considered the need to share her story in a “public space,” but ultimately decided against it because she felt a “responsibility” to share her “story with other women who are Will help those who need help.”

“For 10 years I have been suffering from extreme fatigue, pain and nausea,” Bindi said. “It’s been a very long journey to remain a positive person and try to hide the pain. These last 10 years have included many tests, doctors visits, scans etc.

She further added, “A doctor told me that as a woman you can deal with it and I completely gave up trying to recover from the pain. I didn’t find the answers until a friend @lesliemosier helped set me on the path to reclaiming my life. I decided to have surgery for endometriosis.

She had surgery for endometriosis

Bindi revealed in her post that she had undergone surgery, during which she was diagnosed with a “chocolate cyst” as well as 37 lesions.

While recovering from surgery, she said a person at the Sekin Endometriosis Center asked her, “How did you live with so much pain?” He then added that “the recognition of years of pain is indescribable.”

The 25-year-old thanked her loved ones who stood by her and consoled her during her journey. “To my family and friends who have been on this journey with me for over 10 years – thank you for encouraging me to find answers when I thought I would never get out,” Bindi said.

She also thanked her doctors and nurses and said, “Thank you to the doctors and nurses who believed in my pain. I am on the road to recovery and the gratitude I feel is overwhelming.”

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