Bindi Irwin supports the LGBTQIA community
Bindi Irwin lends support to LGBTQIA community – after revealing ‘unfathomable damage’ from devastating floods
Bindi Irwin showed her support for the LGBTQIA community on Sunday.
The Australian wildlife warrior, 23, shared a photo of a colorful Rainbow Lorikeet parrot on Instagram and voiced her support for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community.
“#Saygayanyway LGBTQIA+ Our family is with you,” she wrote.
Support: Bindi Irwin (pictured) has thrown her support behind the LGBTQIA community – after revealing the ‘unfathomable damage’ of the devastating floods
The Australian wildlife warrior also shared a photo on Instagram of herself posing alongside a turtle at Australia Zoo.
In the photo, the mother-of-one was all smiles as she sat down and wrapped her arms around the reptile.
“Gentle giant,” she captioned the image.
‘Our family is with you’: The 23-year-old Australian wildlife warrior shared a photo of a colorful parrot on Instagram and voiced her support for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people
It comes after Bindi revealed earlier this month that Australia Zoo had been hit by devastating floods affecting northern New South Wales and Queensland.
The wildlife warrior shared video footage on Instagram of herself cradling her nearly one-year-old daughter Grace at her home in Queensland, and detailed the extent of the damage to her family’s zoo .
Bindi said that although they were able to “clean up and reopen”, the journey was long with “hundreds of fallen trees” and “huge floodwaters coming through”.
“My heart goes out to everyone who has felt the unfathomable pain and damage from these relentless storms here in Oz,” Bindi began in her post.
‘It’s been a long road’: It comes after Bindi revealed earlier this month that Australia Zoo had been hit by devastating floods affecting northern New South Wales and Queensland
“We were impacted at Australia Zoo and saw hundreds of trees fall and huge flood waters come through. At one point the hail was raining so hard that I had to get Grace out of bed and sit in our closet with her, away from the windows.
Bindi, who shares Grace with husband Chandler Powell, 25, said the animals and the Australia Zoo team were thankfully safe.
“It has been a long road, however, thanks to our incredible team, we have been able to clean up and reopen. Our animals and our team are safe. The Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital has never closed and is busier than ever.
“If you find an animal in need in our area, you know where to come. Take care guys. Sending by force,” she concluded.
Update from her fans: Bindi said that although they were able to ‘clean up and reopen’, it was a long journey with ‘hundreds of fallen trees’ and ‘huge floodwaters coming through’