Robert Irwin has just celebrated his birthday on the 1st of this month. He shared the most emotional throwback video with his followers on his social media handles. Featuring father-son special moments, the video is gifted to him by his zoo team.
After Steve Irwin, his son, Robert Irwin, has been working hard as the zookeeper along with his mother and sister at their family zoo.
Robert Irwin is an Australian children's television personality and wildlife photographer. He is currently working on the Animal Planet series 'Crikey! It's the Irwins' with his mother, Terri, and sister, Bindi.
The young boy has just celebrated his birthday on the 1st of this month. He shared the most emotional throwback video with his followers on his social media handles.
Featuring father-son special moments, the video is gifted to him by his zoo team. Moreover, the video also contains voice clips from Steve, where he has expressed how important his children are to him and his legacy. Amid all the valuable gifts, the video of his father's memories is the most precious of all.
Our @AustraliaZoo crew made this beautiful video to celebrate my birthday & it means the world to me ❤️ I’m honoured to continue my dad’s legacy & I hope more than anything that he’d be proud. Thank you for all of your lovely birthday messages - many more adventures yet to come! pic.twitter.com/zwPxIIBwPX— Robert Irwin (@RobertIrwin) December 1, 2020
Robert Clarence Irwin is a proud son who feels honored to keep his father's legacy alive. He was just two when his father left. But his love for his father still sparkles through his father's photos he shares on social media occasionally.
Dad and me feeding Murray... same place, same croc - two photos 15 years apart ❤️🐊 pic.twitter.com/9Ybp5AnTOI— Robert Irwin (@RobertIrwin) July 3, 2019
"I want to thank you for all of your lovely birthday messages and thanks to all who joined us for the celebrations at Australia Zoo today, " Robert Irwin wrote, "Looking forward to seeing what this next year brings, in the last year of my childhood!" he concluded.