Steve Irwin’s Son Makes His Late-Night TV Debut While Sister Bindi Cries Backstage

by Ana Luisa Suarez
Ana is an Associate Editor who loves animals and food. A good taco and a snuggle with her dogs is all she needs.

In 2006, the world lost one of the most active nature experts and a beloved TV personality, Steve Irwin.

Steve was best known to the world as the Crocodile Hunter.

When Steve passed away, he left behind his wife Terri Raines and their two children, Bindi and Robert. He died before his son Robert had even turned 3.

Since Steve Irwin’s death, his daughter Bindi has continued his legacy as a conservationist and as the Jungle Girl. She works with her mother and brother at the Australian Zoo’s Wildlife Reserve, which was founded by her father before his death.

As Robert is just 13, he was never in the news like his sister has been — that is until now! He made his first ever late-night TV debut and it is something everyone must see.

Robert is like a reincarnation of his late father. While visiting host Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show, Robert proved that being a wildlife expert is in his blood.

His sister and mom were backstage, proudly watching Robert with tears in their eyes. Bindi even shared a sweet message on Instagram, with a side-by-side photo of Robert and their father, from one of his many visits to the show when it was hosted by Jay Leno.

If you are so happy to see Steve’s children continuing his legacy, you’ll love the message Bindi shared on the 10th anniversary of her father’s death.

Please SHARE this to honor Steve Irwin’s memory and to show all your friends how much his son Robert looks and acts just like him!

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