Bindi Irwin Marries Chandler Powell In Intimate Ceremony At Australia Zoo

Bindi Irwin ties knot ahead of Australian clampdown on weddings

Bindi Irwin ties knot ahead of Australian clampdown on weddings

It's official: Bindi Irwin is married. "After nearly a year of planning, we changed everything so that we could enjoy a safe and small private ceremony at our home, Australia Zoo", he wrote. In addition to moving the date to March 25, they also decided against having guests in attendance.

On Tuesday, the oldest Irwin child shared a heartwarming tribute to the late Crocodile Hunter star, who would not be there to walk his daughter down the aisle as she married fiancé Chandler Powell. The adorable couple officially got hitched at the Australia Zoo, where they work.

The pair had to "change everything" about their original plans in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, including opting not to have guests at the ceremony. Only immediate family were in attendance of the nuptials.

Bindi and Chandler on their wedding day!

Alongside a pic of the happy couple kissing, Irwin wrote: "March 25th 2020 ❤️ We held a small ceremony and I married my best friend".

In the caption for the post, the 21-year-old shared details of their big day - as she told her followers how there were "no words to describe the amount of love and light in my heart right now".

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"This was a very hard decision but important to keep everyone safe", Bindi captioned her post on Instagram.

She continued: "Right now we're encouraging the world to hold onto hope and love, which will carry us forward during this profound time in history".

The conversationalist is rumoured to be preparing to Wednesday fiance Chandler Powell in a ceremony at Australia Zoo today, after the Federal Government announced it would be limiting weddings to just the couple, a celebrant and witnesses totalling less than five people.

Her little brother Robert walked her down the aisle on a day that was filled with "smiles and tears".

7 News helicopter is delivering a live feed over the Australia Zoo's grounds which shows photographers, apparent guests in formal attire and a number of zoo animals including rhinos roaming around the grounds. Irwin revealed that they had been planning the wedding for almost a year, but changed everything at the last minute because of concerns of coronavirus and wanting their friends and family to stay safe.

He wrote: "We're finally married! I never even knew Robert was there photographing and I'll always be grateful to have these special memories of the most unbelievable day of my life". "Proposing in her very favourite place in the zoo, surrounded by animals, seemed like the flawless way to embark on this incredible new chapter in our lives".

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