Bindi Irwin made a huge revelation via her Instagram post, where she shared her first kiss with his husband, Chandler Powell as Husband and wife. Shocked? We were too.
Bindi shared a picture of her wedding, which took place in Australia.
The ceremony did not consist of any guests, other than Irwin’s family. Her brother, Robert, walked her down the aisle and her mother helped her get ready for the big day.
The couple had to keep their ceremony private and low-key due to the ongoing coronavirus.
Few Guests But Abundance Of Love And Happiness
As the ceremony took place in Australia, where more than 5 people can not be gathered together due to the coronavirus, Irwin’s wedding had the perfect amount, five.
The number of guests might be very less, but happiness and love were all over the place.
Bindi described her happiness in her long Instagram caption. She was very happy to marry her best friend finally.
She captioned “We held a small ceremony, and I married my best friend. There are no words to describe the amount of love and light in my heart right now. We’ve planned this beautiful day for nearly a year and had to change everything, as we didn’t have guests at our wedding.”
Irwin did not have any last-minute shopping problems as she already bought her wedding dress last month. She also said that as her family lives at the zoo together, they were able to spend the event with her.
The zoo where the couple got married was opened by her grandparents in 1970 and is still run by the family.
Irwin Remembered His Father On Her Big Day, Lit A Candle In His Memory
Irwin’s father, the late Steve Irwin, died in 2006 when a stringy barb went through his chest while filming a documentary. He was famously known as “The Crocodile Hunter.”
Sadly, he couldn’t see his little girl saying her vows to the man she loves.
Irwin said that she was very overwhelmed and felt lights and love with her family present. With all the fun with her family, she didn’t miss out to remember his dad. In her post, she said that they lit a candle in Dad’s memory.