Bindi Irwin & Chandler Powell In Talks With Hollywood Producers For New Reality Show As They Plan To Expand Their Young Family
It's been less than a year since Bindi Irwin and Chandler Powell welcomed their first child, daughter Grace — and a source says it won't be much longer until they're a family of four!
The couple “have always said they want lots of kids, and the word is Bindi is a few months pregnant,” spills the source. “They’re keeping it secret, but everyone says she has that maternal glow.”
For the wildlife warriors, growing their brood “fits exactly into their plans for the future,” the source says, noting that Bindi, 23, and Chandler, 25, have another major change coming up: a move to California!
“They would love to put down roots [in the States] before having another child,” shares the source, who says the pair hope to land some lucrative business deals to help support their beloved Australia Zoo.
“They’ve been taking meetings with Hollywood producers for a range of projects, including a new reality show and a wildlife documentary."
While Bindi's mom Teri Iriwn, 57, and brother Robert Irwin, 18, aren’t exactly thrilled about the idea of her relocating, “Bindi has assured them that she and Chandler will make frequent trips back home,” the source says.
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After losing her dad, famed Aussie Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin, in 2006, Bindi wants to make sure Grace, 10 months, and her siblings will always have a connection to their late grandfather.
“Bindi wants to build up her dad’s legacy in other ways,” says a source, adding that the conservationist thinks moving to the States will be great for her family.
“You can bet Bindi’s kids will learn all about the amazing things Steve did,” dishes the source, adding that the conservationist will always think of Australia as home.
“But now is the perfect time to spread her wings, and she can’t wait for the start of this wonderful new adventure!”