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Bindi Irwin takes her daughter Grace for a rainy walk around Australia Zoo

Look who’s walking now! Bindi Irwin takes her daughter Grace Warrior for a ‘pee splash’ around Australia Zoo

Rain, hail or shine, Bindi Irwin and her daughter Grace Warrior enjoy their daily walks at Australia Zoo.

In an Instagram post shared Tuesday, the conservationist gushed over her 14-month-old child as they sauntered through the wet weather.

Bindi, 23, said in the caption that she was baby Grace’s designated “splash supporter” as she stomped in puddles on the side of the road.

Bindi Irwin and her daughter Grace continue to enjoy their daily walks at Australia Zoo

Bindi Irwin and her daughter Grace continue to enjoy their daily walks at Australia Zoo

‘Mama = umbrella holder & pee splash supporter’, was the caption.

Bindi stayed dry in a khaki puffer jacket and blue jeans as he held a green umbrella over Grace, who stayed warm in a hooded onesie and cream knit hat.

The mother-daughter duo have enjoyed their leisurely walks through the zoo.

Last week, Bindi shared a sweet photo of herself feeding baby Grace some snacks next to pug Stella.

“Stella is always hopeful that Grace will drop her snack…,” she wrote in her June 9 Instagram post.

Bindi and husband Chandler Powell (left) welcomed Grace last March, exactly one year after their wedding

Bindi and husband Chandler Powell (left) welcomed Grace last March, exactly one year after their wedding

On another outing last week, Bindi wrote a loving tribute to Grace as they walked along the beach.

“My dear, there are countless adventures waiting for you on the horizon, a whole world for you to create positive change within,” she wrote.

“Until then I will carry you and be there to encourage all your dreams.”

The couple is raising their daughter at Australia Zoo in Queensland

The couple is raising their daughter at Australia Zoo in Queensland

Bindi welcomed daughter Grace with husband Chandler Powell in March 2021, a year after their wedding at Australia Zoo.

Their family raises Grace at the Queensland Zoo, where they live and work with the rest of the Irwin family: Bindi’s mother Terri, 57, and brother Robert, 18.

Speak with People magazine last month for their cover, Bindi and Chandler said the advice they were given during their freshman year because parents taught them so much about raising their child.

Bindi says the advice she received during their first year as a mother taught her so much about raising Grace

Bindi says the advice she received during their first year as a mother taught her so much about raising Grace

“There’s a lot of information, opinions and advice you get, and as a new parent you go, ‘I have to follow all this,’ and you feel a pressure to try to be the perfect parent, come up with the perfect routine,” she said. Chandler to the publication.

“I think the best advice I got was the fact that you can read any baby book, you can take anyone’s advice, but in the end you know what works for your child,” Bindi added.

“And that was so liberating for me.”

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