THE courageous kids of Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin are proudly keeping his legacy alive while still being haunted and heartbroken by his tragic death in the waters off Australia.
“They still mourn his loss deeply, and that grief will never go away,” reveals an insider.
Bindi, 20, and Robert, 15, were eight and two years old when their dad — world famous for capturing and handling crocodiles, snakes and other dangerous critters — died. He was filming a giant stingray along the Great Barrier Reef when the animal got spooked and fatally stung him in the chest repeatedly on Sept. 4, 2006.
Find out about how these children from the late Steve Irwin continue his legacy.