Bindi Irwin is ''enjoying every element'' of her pregnancy, and is having fun sharing updates about her pregnancy journey on social media.
Bindi Irwin is ''enjoying every element'' of her pregnancy.
The 22-year-old conservationist is expecting her first child with her husband Chandler Powell, 23, and sources have said she couldn't be more excited to welcome her baby into the world.
An insider told Us Weekly magazine: ''They're enjoying every element of the pregnancy and feel beyond blessed to have so much support and love from their family, friends and fans.
''Bindi decided right from the get-go it would be great to share her entire pregnancy journey on social media, and Chandler's been taking photos and helping her with the posts - as has her brother, Robert, and mom Terri.''
The source also claims Bindi and Chandler have been ''mapping out their future, reading up on parenthood and generally having the time of their lives,'' whilst they await their baby's arrival.
Meanwhile, Bindi - who is the daughter of late 'Crocodile Hunter' star Steve Irwin - recently revealed she and her spouse will be having a baby girl.
The beauty shared a photo of herself and Chandler with a sonogram photo and a giant tortoise surrounded by flowers and wrote on Instagram: ''Baby girl, you are our world. [heart emoji]
''Our beautiful daughter is now about the same size as a hatchling Aldabra tortoise and is as healthy as can be. We can't wait for her arrival next year.(sic)''
And Chandler shared his excitement on his own Instagram account.
He wrote: ''Our little girl and my beautiful wife are my entire world. I'm so excited to meet our daughter when she's born next year and to see the incredible person she will grow up to be [heart emoji].''
Bindi and Chandler tied the knot earlier this year in a scaled back ceremony at their home in Australia Zoo, which was altered to follow social distancing guidelines amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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