Chandler Powell is feeling grateful for his wife Bindi Irwin and their daughter Grace.
The American professional wakeboarder met Bindi, the daughter of late “Crocodile Hunter” Steve Irwin, while on a trip to Australia in 2013. The two tied the knot in March 2020, and a year after, they welcomed their first child, a daughter named Grace Warrior Irwin Powell. The proud dad does not hesitate to show the two women in his life love, and in a recent post, he shared a heartfelt message that got fans in their feelings.
Chandler Powell Credits His Wife And Daughter For Bringing Him Joy Amid Her Recovery
In an Instagram post, the 26-year-old posted a photo of the trio sitting in the grass as they beamed happily at the camera. The doting father held his little girl, who had two sticks in each hand, against his chest while leaning on the recovering 24-year-old. Powell expressed his joy for his family in the caption, writing:
“The happiest moments are spent with my girls. Here’s to more memories like this❤️.”
Fans commented on the adorable image and inquired about Irwin’s health while also gushing about how much the tiny tot had grown. One follower complimented them, stating, “You all are such a beautiful family!😋.”
Another asked if the wildlife conservationist was feeling better and described them as a wonderful family. This person pointed out, “Oh my goodness Grace has grown so much, so tall.. such a beautiful girl, a credit to you and Bindi.”
A fourth person echoed Powell’s message and wished them “even better memories, now that Bindi can enjoy life to the fullest without pain!!” While it’s great to see the television personality up and about, fans will recall that not long ago, she updated them on her healing journey after her surgery for endometriosis.
The Blast reported that the author, who had been living with the painful condition for ten years, underwent surgery to remove the affected areas. She posted a photo holding a bouquet of red roses to show her followers how she had been doing since the surgery.
In the image, the TV personality sat on a bed with her eyes closed and covered with a white blanket, wearing a black top, a messy bun, and a makeup-free face, as she smiled goofily. In the caption, she wrote, “Healing ✨I have spent the week reading your kind words and stories of strength through your own experiences with endometriosis.”
The “Dancing With The Stars” winner thanked everyone who shared their endometriosis experiences, showed their support, and mentioned that she could “finally see a new me on the journey towards better health.”
She also revealed her excitement at being able to now focus her energy on her family and the conservation work she was passionate about before concluding her post by sending “love and light” to her followers.
Bindi Irwin Receives Love And Support From Family After Endometriosis Surgery
The Australian celebrity was met with overwhelming support and love from her family following her revelation about her decade-long battle with endometriosis on social media. As reported by The Blast, she shared a post-surgery photo of herself wearing a blue and white hospital gown, just hours before International Women’s Day.
In the accompanying caption, the conservationist confessed that she had contemplated whether or not to speak publicly about her struggle with endometriosis for a long time. But in the long run, her commitment to helping other women in need triumphed, prompting her to share her story.
After her heartfelt confession, her husband posted a picture of them on the beach and wrote, “You are my inspiration to be as strong as I can be in every aspect of life. Seeing how you pushed through the pain to take care of our family and continue our conservation work while being absolutely riddled with endometriosis is something that will inspire me forever.”
Her brother, Robert Clarence, and mother, Terri, both expressed pride in her courage and strength for staying the course of this painful journey and refusing to give up. They noted their excitement that she had finally gotten her life back and urged everyone to take charge of their health care.