The wife and daughter of Steve Irwin ― the late Australian wildlife expert known as ‘The Crocodile Hunter’ ― each marked the 14th anniversary of his death on Friday with touching posts on social media.
Terri Irwin remembered her husband, who died in 2006 after being stabbed by a stingray, with a sweet photo and message.
“This is a particularly poignant moment in time for me,” she wrote. “Today marks 14 years since I lost Steve, after 14 wonderful years of marriage. I feel that I have a choice: celebrate love or struggle with grief. I choose love.”
Bindi Irwin, meanwhile, remembered her father with a throwback picture of them together.
“You’re always in my heart,” she captioned the shot:
Bindi Irwin is expecting her first child, with husband Chandler Powell, next year. “Baby Wildlife Warrior due 2021,” she announced on Twitter in August:
The news thrilled both her mom and brother, Robert Irwin, who tweeted he was “incredibly excited” about becoming an uncle.