Bindi Irwin at 14 ... it's hard to imagine that Steve Irwin's daughter is practically all grown up. On March 12, Us Weekly posted a picture of Bindi Irwin, who looks more like a model than a wildlife aficionado. Bindi was turning heads in Sydney on Monday, promoting her new movie, "Return to Nim's Island."
Bindi kept things classy wearing "zoo" garb not unlike what her dad would wear to big events. According to Us Weekly, she wore a "short-sleeved button-up, khaki shorts and sneakers" for her close-up. No one was looking at her khaki shorts, however. It was her pretty face that really stole the show.
Bindi Irwin at 14 is not the same scrawny girl with pigtails. She has grown in to a beautiful young woman that her father would undoubtedly be so proud of. As far as her latest film goes, there are of course animals involved. In fact, Bindi says that the sea lions were "better trained than me. They hit their mark every time."
"Return to Nim's Island" isn't Bindi Irwin's first film either. In 2010, Irwin starred in a "Free Willy" movie that went straight to DVD according to Us Weekly. Perhaps Irwin will have a future in film -- you know, just so long as the movies involve animals in some capacity.
Bindi Irwin at 14 has blossomed but she has kept her father's love of animals close to her still. She's quite the role model and she seems like a delightful young lady.
© Effie Orfanides 2013