Mar 13, 2013

Bindi Irwin At 14


Bindi Irwin At 14
Bindi Irwin At 14, She lost her father in 2006 but Bindi Irwin is following in Steve's footsteps - becoming quite the celebrity in her own right.

The 14-year-old daughter of the late conservationist took part in a shoot in Sydney, Australia on Monday and it's clear she has plenty of star power.

Bindi, who lost her father seven years ago, appeared confident and happy as she beamed for the cameras.

She was dressed in a pale mint green shirt and khaki shorts, similar to ones her father used to wear.

As well as making appearances on TV and radio shows it seems that Bindi has managed to squeeze in a spot of sight-seeing and is enjoying herself in Sydney.

She tweeted: 'Loving Sydney. There are so many people here, can't get over the traffic! Just got to see the Opera House. Beautiful day.'

The teenager is with her mother Terri Irwin and she is currently promoting her new film Return To Nim's Island, which is released later this year.

The adventure-fantasy film is directed by Brendan Maher and also stars Matthew Lillard, Toby Wallace and John Waters.

As well as staring on TV and having her own internet show, Bindi was asked to write an essay for Hilary Clinton's e-journal.

But the teenager was left furious when her 1,000 word piece was heavily cut by editors and she has refused to allow it appear in the journal.

Bindi Irwin At 14
Her essay was scheduled to be published in the December issue of Mrs Clinton's e-journal titled Go Wild Coming Together for Conservation as part of the Secretary of State's endangered species initiative.

Her writing was heavily reworked and returned to her for approval before publication and she was left angry with how her work had been altered.

Bindi's mother, Terri, widow of the crocodile hunter, told Sydney's Daily Telegraph that her daughter was less than impressed with the treatment she had received from the US State Department.

Her father Steve died after his chest was pierced by a stingray while filming a TV show in 2006.