Bindi Irwin’s biggest fear: Bindi Irwin Animal Terrifies
Published: June 25, 2015
Bindi Irwin’s biggest fear: Bindi Irwin Animal Terrifies, Bindi Irwin, whose famous father Steve Irwin wrangled crocodiles, admits there’s one type of animal that really scares her – bees.
The 16-year-old Australian attended Discovery Communications’ 30th anniversary at the Paley Center in New York City on Wedensday, and she told People that animals such as crocodiles and snakes don’t bother her because they’re “more extraordinarly beautiful than scary.”
That’s not the case with bees.
She explained, “When I was about 2 years old, I found a bee that had been stepped on the foot path, and so I picked it up to rescue it, and it stung me on the hand. From that day forward, I’ve been terrified of bees. Give me a 15-ft. crocodile any day over a bee.”
Irwin also spoke about her father’s love of crocodiles and his fashion sense — which included khaki pants. She joked, “I think my blood is actually khaki. The khaki is a part of me. It’s in my heart.”
But Irwin’s closet includes much more than just brown pants and shirts. “I am trying different styles, and, while you can’t climb a tree or jump on a crocodile in a dress, it is nice to get dressed up every now and then and kind of walk away from the khaki for a moment,” she said.
Irwin proved she likes to dress up earlier this month after she posted a gorgeous black & white selfie on Instagram.
“To be beautiful means to be yourself,” Bindi quoted young adult novel “Uglies” in her caption, “You don’t need to be accepted by others. You need to accept yourself. ‘What you do, the way you think, makes you beautiful.’ – S. Westerfeld.”
Steve Irwin, starred of Animal Planet’s hit series Crocodile Hunter, died on Sept. 4, 2006, when his heart was pierced by a stingray barb during a snorkeling trip.
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