Bindi Irwin shares a video of baby Grace Warrior 'learning to share' a ball with their pet pooch - petsitterbank

Bindi Irwin shares a video of baby Grace Warrior ‘learning to share’ a ball with their pet pooch

Bindi Irwin posts an adorable video of baby Grace Warrior, 10 months, and their pet pooch Piggy ‘learning to share’ a tennis ball










There’s no doubt about it, baby Grace Warrior is an animal lover just like her mum Bindi Irwin.

And on Saturday, the conservationist documented the sweet moment her daughter ‘learned to share’ a tennis ball with her pet pooch, Piggy.

In the footage, the little girl appears to seamlessly play fetch with her pet, before beaming with pride as she frolics around the carpet during their down time.

Sharing is caring! On Saturday, Bindi Irwin documented the sweet moment her daughter Grace Warrior learned to share a tennis ball with her pet pooch, Piggy

‘Learning how to share the ball. Sweethearts,’ the 23-year-old proud mum captioned the heartwarming video.

The touching post comes less than a week after Bindi opened up about her anxieties since becoming a mother.

Bindi, who gave birth to Grace Warrior last March, spoke about her worries in the season premiere of her reality show Crikey! It’s a Baby.

‘Motherhood has been the greatest adventure of my life,’ Bindi said, according to TV Week magazine.

Adorable!  Pictured, Bindi, her daughter Grace Warrior and their dog Piggy in July 2021

Adorable! Pictured, Bindi, her daughter Grace Warrior and their dog Piggy in July 2021

Fears: Earlier this week, Bindi opened up about her anxieties since becoming a mother.  She is pictured here with her husband Chandler Powell and daughter Grace Warrior

Fears: Earlier this week, Bindi opened up about her anxieties since becoming a mother. She is pictured here with her husband Chandler Powell and daughter Grace Warrior

‘I’ve never worried so much in my life, because I want her to be absolutely healthy and happy a hundred per cent of the time,’ she added.

‘But I’m also happier than ever, just being with my family and enjoying time together.’

Bindi and her husband Chandler Powell, 25, welcomed their daughter on March 25, 2021, which coincidentally was the couple’s first wedding anniversary.

Baby makes three: Bindi and her husband Chandler Powell welcomed their daughter on March 25, 2021, which coincidentally was the couple's first wedding anniversary

Baby makes three: Bindi and her husband Chandler Powell welcomed their daughter on March 25, 2021, which coincidentally was the couple’s first wedding anniversary

Earlier this week, Bindi shared an adorable video of her tot playing in the garden, enjoying the sun’s rays.

‘My sunshine (and her leaf),’ she cheekily captioned the post.

The footage of the cute baby also had popular lullaby, You Are My Sunshine playing in the background.

Hey there, sunshine!  Earlier this week, Bindi shared an adorable video of her tot playing in the garden, enjoying some sunshine

Hey there, sunshine! Earlier this week, Bindi shared an adorable video of her tot playing in the garden, enjoying some sunshine

Although she’s only 10 months old, Grace has clearly inherited her family’s affinity for Australian wildlife.

The child is reportedly displaying a fondness for animals reminiscent of her late grandfather Steve ‘The Crocodile Hunter’ Irwin.

Terri – who now runs Australia Zoo after her husband’s death – told Entertainment Tonight: ‘She’s got that determination that Steve had and that connection with wildlife… Because it is weird to see animals just gravitate to her.’

She's just like grandpa Steve!  Bindi and Terri Irwin have revealed the animals at Australia Zoo 'gravitate' to baby Grace Warrior, 10 months.  (Pictured from left to right: Chandler Powell, Bindi and Grace Irwin, Terri Irwin and Robert Irwin)

She’s just like grandpa Steve! Bindi and Terri Irwin have revealed the animals at Australia Zoo ‘gravitate’ to baby Grace Warrior, 10 months. (Pictured from left to right: Chandler Powell, Bindi and Grace Irwin, Terri Irwin and Robert Irwin)

Strong genes: Grace's grandma Terri Irwin - who now runs Australia Zoo after her husband's death - told Entertainment Tonight: 'She's got that determination that Steve had and that connection with wildlife... Because it is weird to see animals just gravitate to her. '  (Steve Irwin, who died in September 2006, is pictured here in June 2002)

Strong genes: Grace’s grandma Terri Irwin – who now runs Australia Zoo after her husband’s death – told Entertainment Tonight: ‘She’s got that determination that Steve had and that connection with wildlife… Because it is weird to see animals just gravitate to her. ‘ (Steve Irwin, who died in September 2006, is pictured here in June 2002)

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