Bindi Irwin’s husband Chandler Powell shares a gorgeous photo of daughter Grace’s big smile

Chandler Powell is loving every minute of fatherhood.

The first-time dad and husband of Bindi Irwin shared a gorgeous father-daughter moment with six-month-old Grace Warrior to Instagram on Monday.

In the image, both Chandler and Grace wore huge smiles as they posed in front of an orange tree. 

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Doting dad: Chandler Powell shared a gorgeous father-daughter moment with six-month-old Grace Warrior to Instagram on Monday

Powell captioned the post, ‘Our faces after having a conversation with an orange tree’.

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‘This little smile is my favorite part of every day,’ he concluded.

The beautiful photo-op comes just days after he shared a heartfelt tribute to his wife Bindi.

The women in his life: The beautiful photo-op comes just days after he shared a heartfelt tribute to his wife Bindi (pictured with Grace)

On Saturday, the former professional wakeboarder shared a photo on Instagram showing himself cosied up with Bindi, 23. 

Chandler, 24, joked in the caption: ‘Loving photo or falling asleep standing up?’

He said: ‘I love you more than anything, @bindisueirwin, and being on this adventure together is my favourite part of life. 

Perfect for each other: The young couple are proud parents to Grace Warrior who they welcomed back in March

‘We make the best team together,’ the American added.

Bindi appreciated the sweet post and added a laughing emoji directed at his joke in the caption.

The Wildlife Warrior added: ‘Love you babe. Forever and forever.’

First love: The couple met in November 2013 when Chandler, who hails from Florida, was touring Australia for a wakeboarding competition

Bindi first met Chandler in 2013, when the American ex-wakeboarder went on a guided tour of Australia Zoo in Queensland.

The pair married in a makeshift ceremony at Australia Zoo in March 25, last year.

They welcomed daughter Grace Warrior in March 2021.

Just married! The young couple were married on March 25, in a makeshift ceremony at Australia Zoo, just before Covid pandemic lockdown