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Bindi Irwin: Memories of my dad

A year after she lost her hero on September 4, Bindi shares precious memories of their life together. Bindi Irwin will never forget what made her dad Steve so special to her. It wasn't his worldwide fame, nor even his amazing way with animals. A year on from Steve's sudden, tragic death at just 44, when a stingray's barb speared him through the heart while he was filming off the coast of Queensland, nine-year-old Bindi opens up in the Australian premiere of My Daddy The Crocodile Hunter on the Nine Network. "My daddy was the Crocodile Hunter but he was the best daddy in the whole world to me," Bindi says in the program, which she single-handedly hosts from her home and her dad's pride and joy, Australia Zoo. Mum Terri, 42, and little brother Bob, 3, also share their intimate moments with the wildlife crusader. "My daddy was my hero, he was always there for me. He taught me so many things. But most of all, he was fun," says Bindi… For more of this article, see this week's Woman's Day (on-sale August 27) What are your memories of Steve? Leave your comments below… The Nine Network will screen the Australian premiere of My daddy the Crocodile Hunter in a special family event on Saturday, September 1, at 7.30pm.

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