Steve Irwin's daughter Bindi Irwin was nothing but smiles as she cosied up to her soon-to-be husband Chandler Powell.
Despite there being a family feud reportedly threatening to rip the family apart, the 21-year-old looked as happy as she could be as she shared the snap online.
Taking to her official Instagram account, Bindi shared a pic of her and Chandler to her 2.9million followers.
Within minutes the post had thousands of likes as her fans rushed to show their support.
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Stood side by side, Bindi placed her hand on Chandler's chest as the pair smiled at the camera.
Dressed in a black polo and blue denim jeans, Bindi wore her long brunette hair down tousling down her back and over her shoulders.
Chandler looked charming in his Australian Zoo uniform, which is owned by the family.
Updating her fans on what they're up to, Bindi captioned the pic: "Enjoying time at one of our conservation properties.
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"It’s so special spending our days checking up on the koalas and wallabies that call this pristine land home," followed by a red love heart emoji.
Her followers rushed to the comments, one wrote: "Please get married on Steve Irwin Day."
A second said: "Sounds so lovely. Animals give us a sense of peace that we didn't know we needed. It's even more special when you're in good company as well."
A third commented: "And the award for the most adorable couple goes to… Bindi and Chandler!"
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Following her father's death in 2006, her family have reportedly been feuding as Steve's older sister Joy Muscillo has claimed the family don't speak to each other anymore.
She says Steve’s wife Terri and their children, Robert and Bindi 'alienated' themselves after his death – telling Daily Mail Australia that the situation is "very sad".
Joy was a member of staff at Beerwah Reptile Park which was later Australia Zoo, where she worked alongside her family.
She claimed Steve's wife Terri "walked her husband out" of the zoo in 2008.
After this, Joy decided to quit, as did her adult children and father Bob who worked there too.
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