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Terri Irvin, Wife Of Late Crocodile Hunter, Confesses She Hasn't Been On A Date For 12 Years After She Lost Her Beloved

Date February 2, 2018 14:45

The Irwin family have started their own Animal Planet Series and we can't be more excited about it! Terri Irwin and her two kids – Robert and Bindi - are passionate about what they do.

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They have become quite a famous family, being invited to talk shows and interviews, and now they are happy to work on their own project!

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Terri takes care of her children, runs the Australia zoo and now being on TV as well leaves little time for personal life. That's a shame though! She is a real beauty!

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She confessed to People that finding a man has never been a goal since she lost her famous husband.

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She hasn't been spotted anywhere with a man. At fancy events, she's accompanied by her kids, not a male partner.

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Terri and Steve were a happy couple! The Crocodile Hunter, as they called him, and Terri got married in 1991 and lived in harmony and peace until the deadly accident in 2006.

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They shared everything together. The Australia Zoo was their common project, life passion, and a place where they could be happy together.

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Terri says, considering the danger of Steve’s profession, she never expected his life would end so suddenly, and his loss was very hard to survive.

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Apparently, she did not feel the need for someone else. She admired her husband and now she feels her mission is to carry on his legacy!

Steve was someone who was larger than life and really did live life to the fullest.

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She launched a book about him with the title "My Steve".

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That is what she is trying to do now. Terri admits she feels very content doing her favorite thing and having wonderful relationships with her children. It is a blessing to be able to appreciate what we have!

READ ALSO: Robert Irwin, Son Of The Crocodile Hunter, Turns 14 — And He Is As Delightful As His Dad Was