Grace Warrior Irwin Powell certainly knows who her late grandad Steve Irwin is, if an adorable new video posted by mum Bindi is anything to go by.
On Tuesday, Bindi, 24, posted a sweet video of one-year-old Grace at Australia Zoo, pointing at a poster of Steve Irwin wearing a hard hat.
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“We have a little construction going on to make our Tasmanian devil habitat even more beautiful,” Bindi captioned the post.
“Grace’s favorite part?
“Visiting Grandpa Crocodile.
“All the love.”
In the video, Grace potters over to the poster of Steve as Bindi asks, “Is he here?”
“Yes,” Grace replies.
“Grandpa Crocodile, and he’s in his construction hat!” Bindi says.
“Do you love Grandpa Crocodile?”
Grace looks up at the poster, smiles and says “Yes!”
She then toddles over to another sign featuring Steve, points to it and waves.
Grace’s dad Chandler Powell, 25, took to the comments section, writing: “Her little wave gets me every time.”
Australia Zoo’s official account added: “The cutest,” with a red love heart emoji.
Steve Irwin died in 2006 when he was pierced by a string ray on the Great Barrier Reef.
“It’s like she knows him from another time,” one Bindi fan observed.
“Steve’s soul lives on through his granddaughter,” another wrote.
“Oh my goodness Bindi, this is beyond special!” said another.
“Grace Warrior’s connection and love for your dad is so evident!
“This is one of the most beautiful things I’ve ever seen.”
Since Grace was born, Bindi has spoken often about how much her father Steve would have endowed on her.
“If Dad was around, honestly, we would never see her,” she told People.
“He would be in love.
“He’d just have her doing everything with him.”
Bindi’s mum Terri told Entertainment Tonight how she could already see aspects of Steve in her young granddaughter.
“I think she’s got that determination that Steve had, and that connection with wildlife,” she said.
“Because it is weird to see animals just gravitate to her.
“So she’ll go out in the morning in the stroller, and all the kangaroos just gather around her like they’re having a meeting.”
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