The conservationist beforehand revealed that she was decided to have her marriage ceremony ceremony at a zoo as a result of ‘that is the place I really feel closest’ to late dad Steve Irwin.
Conservationist Bindi Irwin has reportedly married fiance Chandler Powell, simply hours earlier than Australia’s coronavirus lockdown on the variety of visitors at weddings got here into play.
The 21-year-old daughter of late Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin is claimed to have exchanged vows with Chandler at Australia Zoo on Tuesday (24Mar20), with photos displaying a white costume – presumably Bindi’s marriage ceremony robe – being shielded from cameras by a bunch of white umbrellas.
Aerial footage of the zoo confirmed flower arches and palm bushes lining an out of doors ceremony venue on the zoo, whereas photographers, digicam crews and a guitarist on the finish of the aisle was additionally seen.
Bindi and Chandler, who received engaged in July (19), beforehand expressed that they’d love for his or her nuptials to be televised.
And having the ceremony at Australia Zoo, along with her nearest and dearest current, was one thing Bindi was decided to make occur.
“The most important thing is getting married here at Australia Zoo because this is where I feel closest to Dad,” Bindi revealed. “So there’s going to be a whole lot of planning that goes into the wedding day.”
“At the heart of it all, I want to make sure that my mum is there, my brother is there, and that it’s a really close family event, and we’ll remember dad, whether it’s a clip that we play of Dad or something that just reminds us of him. But, you know, we’ll plan it out perfectly.”
The reported marriage ceremony got here simply hours earlier than Australia’s crackdown on social gatherings to scale back the unfold of coronavirus, with Prime Minister Scott Morrison saying that from midnight on Wednesday, weddings will solely be allowed to happen with the couple, the celebrant, and witnesses totalling a most of 5 individuals in attendance.