Celebrity Families

Pregnant Bindi Irwin shares a special moment with her nearest and dearest as she prepares to welcome her baby girl

Bindi is now in her third trimester.

By Jess Pullar
Bindi Irwin is feeling all the family (and puppy) love as she prepares to welcome her first child.
The 22-year-old, who is expecting a baby girl with her husband Chandler Powell in the coming months, has been spending plenty of time with her nearest and dearest - recently sharing a moment from a peaceful beach day with her mum Terri, brother Robert and Chandler.
Taking to Instagram, the pregnant mum-to-be shared the cute selfie with her family holding two dogs as they enjoyed a day at the beach.
"Beach day smiles. 💛," Bindi wrote alongside the picture, which received 40,000 likes within hours of posting.
Bindi shared this candid snap from the beach. (Instagram)
Bindi has been sharing plenty of pictures from her last weeks of pregnancy - she posted another stunning picture of scenery in the Sunshine Coast over the weekend, writing: "Our spectacular backyard."
Last week, Bindi shared a beautiful snap of her family on a visit to Uluru, a special place to see with her loved ones.
"Experiencing the heart of Australia together was such a blessing. Uluru is truly extraordinary," she wrote.
The Irwins recently visited Uluru. (Instagram)
It's expected that Bindi will give birth to her new baby girl in the next couple of months - and she's been very busy preparing everything.
Back in January, she shared a beautiful snap from her baby's brand newly renovated nursery with a message of thanks to her fans for their ongoing support.
"Sharing our deepest gratitude to YOU reading this message as we get ready for our daughter to arrive," she said.
"The support we have received from your kind comments, Chandler's family in Florida, mine in Oregon, friends across the globe, our amazing Australia Zoo family - it means the world to us."
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Speaking to ET recently, Bindi also touched on her late father Steve Irwin and how she thinks he would've taken up the mantle as a grandfather.
"He would've been a good, good grandpa." Bindi said.
"Yeah, he really would've been. I don't think we would've ever seen our daughter. He would've just whisked her away into the zoo and it would've been perfect."
She added that she's grateful for his documentaries, which she'll show her daughter when she's old enough.
"We'll be able to introduce her to her grandfather through all of those documentaries. It's really special."

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