Terri Irwin ‘fears her children Bindi and Robert are going to leave her’ after Steve’s death  

More heartbreak for Terri Irwin as she ‘fears her children Bindi and Robert are going to leave her’ after the death of her husband Steve: ‘They are needing her less and less’

She raised her children as a single mother following the death of her husband Steve ‘The Crocodile Hunter’ Irwin in 2006. 

And Terri Irwin, 58 is now struggling with the bittersweet realisation that her children Bindi, 24, and Robert, 19, are all grown up, reports claim.

‘Terri is happy to see both Bindi and Robert living their lives and thriving, but it does break her heart just a little to see her kids all grown-up and needing her less and less,’ a source told New Idea magazine. 

Terri Irwin, 58, (centre) is now struggling with the bittersweet realisation that her children Bindi, 24, (left) and Robert, 19, (right) are all grown up, reports claim

Terri Irwin, 58, (centre) is now struggling with the bittersweet realisation that her children Bindi, 24, (left) and Robert, 19, (right) are all grown up, reports claim 

Terri’s fears have apparently been heightened by news of Robert’s new relationship with Rorie Buckley.

Meanwhile rumours have been swirling that Bindi and her husband Chandler Powell are expecting their second child, almost two years after the birth of their daughter Grace. 

'Terri is happy to see both Bindi and Robert living their lives and thriving, but it does break her heart just a little to see her kids all grown-up and needing her less and less,' a source told New Idea magazine on Monday

‘Terri is happy to see both Bindi and Robert living their lives and thriving, but it does break her heart just a little to see her kids all grown-up and needing her less and less,’ a source told New Idea magazine on Monday

Terri's fears have apparently been heightened by news of Robert's new relationship with Rorie Buckley

Terri’s fears have apparently been heightened by news of Robert’s new relationship with Rorie Buckley 

Meanwhile rumours have been swirling that Bindi and her husband Chandler Powell are expecting their second child, almost two years after the birth of their daughter Grace

Meanwhile rumours have been swirling that Bindi and her husband Chandler Powell are expecting their second child, almost two years after the birth of their daughter Grace 

Pregnancy rumours surrounding Bindi were first sparked when she posted pictures of Chandler’s 26th birthday on November 14. 

Eagle-eyed followers pointed out she was hiding her stomach behind a strategically-placed birthday cake. 

At the time, sources close to the pair told Woman’s Day magazine the lovebirds will be announcing the big news ‘any day now’.  

Pregnancy rumours surrounding Bindi were first sparked when she posted pictures of Chandler's 26th birthday on November 14. Eagle-eyed followers pointing out Bindi was hiding her stomach behind a strategically-placed birthday cake (pictured)

Pregnancy rumours surrounding Bindi were first sparked when she posted pictures of Chandler’s 26th birthday on November 14. Eagle-eyed followers pointing out Bindi was hiding her stomach behind a strategically-placed birthday cake (pictured) 

The publication alleged the conservationist duo were waiting for Chandler’s US-based parents, Chris and Shanna, to arrive in Australia for his birthday to spill the happy news to them first. 

‘They’re hoping to officially announce another baby is on the way any day now,’ an insider allegedly told the publication.

‘They also can’t wait to give Grace a sibling close in age. They really want a boy, given that both Bindi and Chandler grew up with a brother each and loved it.’   

Sources close to the pair have alleged the lovebirds will be announcing the big news 'any day now'. Pictured: Bindi when she was pregnant with Grace

Sources close to the pair have alleged the lovebirds will be announcing the big news ‘any day now’. Pictured: Bindi when she was pregnant with Grace  

The insider went on to claim that ‘Bindi’s sad the infant months are over’ and is hoping to give her 20-month-old daughter Grace Warrior a sibling ‘sooner rather than later’. 

‘Bindi’s already hinted to her mum that she might be a grandma for the second time and [her mum] Terri’s over the moon at the mere thought of it,’ they claimed. 

Steve, known as The Crocodile Hunter, died on September 4, 2006, at the age of 44 after he was pierced in the chest by a stingray barb while filming a wildlife documentary called Ocean’s Deadliest in Queensland. 

Terri has never dated nor remarried since her husband’s death, despite swirling rumours of romances with the likes of Russell Crowe over the years.  

The Irwins have meanwhile kept Steve’s memory alive through their conservation work at Australia Zoo.

Steve, known as The Crocodile Hunter, died on September 4, 2006, at the age of 44 after he was pierced in the chest by a stingray barb while filming a wildlife documentary called Ocean's Deadliest in Queensland. Pictured: Steve and Terri

Steve, known as The Crocodile Hunter, died on September 4, 2006, at the age of 44 after he was pierced in the chest by a stingray barb while filming a wildlife documentary called Ocean’s Deadliest in Queensland. Pictured: Steve and Terri 

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