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Bindi Irwin marries in secret lavish wedding hours before coronavirus lockdown - details

Bindi Irwin and Chandler Powell tie the knot hours before Australia's coronavirus wedding restrictions are enforced Coronavirus lockdown: Bindi Irwin will reportedly marry Chandler Powell in Australia Zoo ceremony ahead of virus restrictions
Adrian Cunningham | 26 March, 2020, 02:27

There are no words to describe the amount of love and light in my heart right now.

Bindi and Chandler are set to marry at Australia Zoo and Bindi's brother Robert will walk her down the aisle - along with a few koalas!

"We held a small ceremony and I married my best friend", she wrote.

"We wish all of our friends and family could have been there with us, however it's lovely that we will be able to share photos and videos".

The conversationalist is rumoured to be preparing to Wednesday fiance Chandler Powell in a ceremony at Australia Zoo today, after the Federal Government announced it would be limiting weddings to just the couple, a celebrant and witnesses totalling less than five people. Robert walked Bindi down the aisle at her wedding, and the family lit a candle in Steve's memory. Irwin revealed that they had been planning the wedding for almost a year, but changed everything at the last minute because of concerns of coronavirus and wanting their friends and family to stay safe.

"This was one of our first family trips with Chandler many years ago!Chandler, thanks for being my lip sync buddy from day 1!"

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The newlyweds both announced the news on Instagram, sharing a sweet photo of themselves kissing.

It was on Bindi's 21st birthday in July 2019 that Chandler proposed. "Now let's get married already!" "You know, if you are missing someone, I think it's helpful to know that scientifically you can't actually create or extinguish life, you can only change its form", she said, adding, "so if you are grieving someone you loved very much, look to science and just remember that when you boil the kettle and steam comes out, it doesn't mean the water has gone". "There's no one more flawless for Bindi and I'm so happy for you both!"

March 25th 2020 We held a small ceremony and I married my best friend.

The wildlife campaigner was popped the question by long-time partner Chandler Powell on her 21st birthday.

Chandler has previously said proposing to her "in her very favourite place in the zoo, surrounded by animals, seemed like the ideal way" to do it.

Irwin and Powell, a professional wakeboarder, met when he visited the Irwin family's Australia Zoo in 2013.