While Chandler recently posted a cryptic message on Instagram about his future with the animal conservationist: 'Twenty years old will definitely be the most difficult age for me to get used to thus far.' Proud parents: Terri Irwin is believed to have given her blessing to the couple after initially feeling they were moving too quickly, and suggests her late husband Steve (right) would be happy for their 18-year-old Bindi The speculation that Bindi and Chandler will be setting up a new home together close to the zoo comes after bizarre reports they'd like to be young parents.
A source revealed to Woman's Day in November that Terri had initially feared her only daughter was moving too quickly with her relationship.'Bindi keeps talking about babies, saying how she wants to be a young mum, and that family is everything,' the insider said.
So I think that's really important.” Last year, Terri revealed that she hasn’t been dating, telling Women’s Weekly, "I haven’t been on a single date since Steve died.” Bindi went on to emphasize that things are platonic between her mom and the Oscar-winning actor.
For some odd reason, rumors are flying that Bindi Irwin's mom, Terri Irwin, is moving on from her late wildlife conservationist husband, Steve Irwin, with Oscar winner Russell Crowe.
"He would have to be very kind and loyal," she told .
” In 2006, Terri lost her husband Steve Irwin, known as the Crocodile Hunter, after he was attacked by a stingray.
Since his passing, Bindi and Terri have worked hard to continue his legacy through their Wildlife Warriors Worldwide Organization.
The 18-year-old Australian television personality said in an interview Thursday with E!
News that Terri, 52, is "just friends" with the New Zealand star. In this life and the next, they're a couple and a team." "We do love Russell, but mum and Russell aren't actually in love," she insisted. He was a dear friend of dad's and now a dear friend of ours. Just friends, for sure." Terri and Russell have been linked off and on since Steve died at age 44 in 2006.