Stunning Bindi Irwin: Steve Irwin’s Daughter Looks All Grown Up On Instagram Selfie
Bindi Irwin, daughter of Steve Irwin, has bloomed into pretty and beautiful young woman. She has posted a stunning grown up selfie to Instagram to show how much she has grown. Read more for details.
According to E! Online, Bindi Irwin, 16, posted a selfie to Instagram Tuesday. In her glam black-and-white selfie, the young Australian actress looks all grown up and stunning. The dark lipstick and heavy eyeliner makeup gives her a more mature look.
“What you do, the way you think, makes you beautiful,” she captioned the photo with this quote from Scott Westerfeld’s young adult novel “Uglies,” said the source.
“To be beautiful means to be yourself. You don’t need to be accepted by others. You need to accept yourself,” added “The Crocodile Hunter” star’s daughter.
HNGN said that she looks absolutely stunning in the Instagram selfie. The caption she has used for the photo proves just how much she has grown. We know how young she was when her father tragically passed in 2006. She was just 8 years old.
Bindi has unveiled her “completely new look,” told the OK! Magazine. The source also added that Bindi won the “Australian Geographic’s Young Conservationist of The Year Award” last year, and that she dedicated the prestigious award to her father.
Earlier this year, Bindi told PEOPLE that she “wants to encourage other young girls to not grow up too soon.”
“Just enjoy the now,” and “It’s so easy for 16-year-olds, including myself, to say, ‘I just wish I were an adult.’ But we can’t wish our lives away. When we’re adults, we’ll say, ‘I wish I were 16 again, ‘” she said.
Bindi’s father recognized her beauty while she was young and insisted her to protect it. “Dad said I can’t date until I’m 40,” the young actress said with a laugh. “I’m very proud of Bindi and proud of her life choices,” said Terri Irwin, Bindi’s mother.
Well, Bindi Irwin is mature physically and mentally, and her ensemble is very much still age appropriate.
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