Terri Irwin bonds with granddaughter Grace Warrior in heartwarming new photos

Dec 23, 2021
Bindi Irwin's daughter Grace Warrior, eight months, bonds with grandmother Terri in beautiful photos taken by her uncle Robert. Source: Getty

Robert Irwin may be best known for his award-winning wildlife photography, but there’s no doubt that this wildlife warrior has a knack for capturing precious family moments too.

On Wednesday, December 22, the 18-year-old conservationist shared several heartwarming photos of his baby niece Grace Warrior. 

The photos, which were taken with a film camera earlier this month, shows Bindi’s eight-month-old daughter bonding with her grandmother, Terri Irwin. 

“Film photos from the last few weeks,” Robert captioned the photos on Instagram. 

In the photo, Robert perfectly captures grandmother Terri’s sweet smile as she lovingly cuddles her granddaughter. 

Sticking with the wildlife motif, Terri is pictured wearing a dark blue, long-sleeved blouse that features different wildlife animals, and blue jeans. Grace is perched on her grandmother’s lap, pink dummy in her mouth, wearing a cream coloured knit jumper over an off-white coloured onesie. 

“ Love how natural these photos are,” comments one social media user. 

“The baby is adorable. Beautiful little girl” writes another. 

In another image, Robert shares a picture of the little warrior standing up on a bed, smiling off camera wearing a pink floral onesie. 

Eight-month-old Grace Warrior shares a smile while standing tall. Source: Robert Irwin Instagram/ @robertirwinphotography

And while it comes as no surprise that little Grace Warrior is already winning over the hearts of fans, others, however, were more interested in the type of camera Robert used to take the aesthetically moody photos.

Hey! Love the photos, curious what film camera do you have??” one wrote. 

“I love the aesthetic of these photos! which film camera do you use?” comments another. 

These new photos come after proud uncle Robert said last month he was the “luckiest uncle ever”.


Don't you just love those special bonding moments with your grandkids?

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