Bindi Irwin’s daughter Grace Warrior, two, brushes her grandma Terri’s hair in a cute family photo
Bindy IrwinGrace Warrior, her daughter, seems to love the limelight as much as her famous parents.
The two-year-old showed off her sense of style as she played with her brush in cute photos shared by Bindi, 25, in an Instagram post on Friday.
In the pictures, the toddler begins her career as an aspiring hairstylist while brushing 59-year-old grandma Terri Irwin’s long brown locks.
Bindi and her husband Chandler Powell, 26, both beamed with pride as they posed next to the little one.
“Grace has her hairbrush ready to make sure we all look our best,” Bindi wrote in her caption.
Bindi Irwin’s daughter Grace Warrior brushes her grandmother Terri’s hair in a sweet family photo shared to social media on Friday. All pictured with Chandler Powell
“Those are the little moments that I will cherish for the rest of my life,” she added.
Australia Zoo posted a video earlier this month of the cute toddler attending a business meeting at the zoo with his mother.
Fans of the Irwins couldn’t help but comment on how big the little boy was growing.
“I can’t believe how fast Grace is growing up,” one wrote, while another said, “You’re growing up so fast!”
‘She is so cute! “I can’t believe how fast she’s growing,” said another.
In the video, Bindi couldn’t keep her smile from her face as she held her only child in front of zoo staff to congratulate them on a job well done.
Grace was seen lovingly asking her mother, “Can we attend a staff meeting?”
Australia Zoo posted a video earlier this month of the cute toddler attending a business meeting at the zoo with his mother
In the video, Bindi couldn’t keep her smile from her face as she held her only child in front of zoo staff to congratulate them on a job well done
Bindi happily agreed, before carrying her young son, who she shares with husband Chandler Powell, to the Crocoseum for an early morning meeting with staff.
“We are very excited because Grace asked to come to our staff meeting today. “So she comes to us at the Krokoseum to say a few words,” Bindi said in the video.
She then joked, “To be honest, it’s Grace who runs the zoo and makes all the important decisions.”
As Bindi stood in front of her team in the stands, all dressed in the iconic khaki uniforms, Grace shyly greeted them all with a microphone her mother was holding.
Grace clearly inherited the Irwin family’s love of wildlife as she can often be seen strolling around the zoo or on the beach with her mother
“Do you want to say, ‘Thank you for your hard work?'” Bindi added.
“Thanks for the hard work,” Grace mimicked as the staff exclaimed adoringly.
Grace clearly inherited the Irwin family’s love of wildlife as she can often be seen strolling around the zoo or on the beach with her mother.
Last month, the little one was heard saying she was “like a turtle” as she walked across shallow water on the beach with the help of grandmother Terri and uncle Robert.