It has been almost 12 years since the world lost the legendary Steve Irwin, also known as “The Crocodile Hunter”. His untimely demise at such a young age left many in shock and mourning. Recently, in an interview on the Australian television series “Anh’s Brush With Fame”, his wife Terri Irwin opened up about his death and shared a heartbreaking secret.

Terri, who is now 53 years old, was on the show to promote her advocacy as an anti-culling campaigner. However, the conversation quickly turned to her late husband. She spoke emotionally about how Steve always had a sense that his life would be cut short. “He never thought he’d have a long life,” Terri revealed. It is a tragic realization that Steve’s premonition turned out to be true.

On that fateful day in 2006, Steve was filming “Ocean’s Deadliest” in Queensland, Australia when a stingray pierced him in the chest with its barb. Terri was notified of the incident, and she vividly remembers the overwhelming grief she felt when she had to break the news to their two children, Bindi and Robert. She recalls, “I just remember this incredible sense of responsibility… ‘what do I do next?’… which was really hard.”

The last time Terri saw her beloved husband was at the airstrip, where he waved goodbye as she and the children flew to Tasmania. Little did she know it would be their final farewell. The grief of losing Steve still weighs heavily on her even after 11 years. Terri tearfully says, “Every day it’s difficult… the grief goes from being a rock in your heart to walking beside you.”

Despite the immense sadness, Terri acknowledges that she is grateful to have had her “happily ever after” with Steve. She confesses that she still misses him constantly. Steve’s death was a shock to everyone who knew him, and Terri believes that even he would have been surprised by the outpouring of grief and love from people around the world.

One of the reasons why Steve was so beloved was his down-to-earth nature and humility. Terri admires the fact that fame never got to his head. “Famous wasn’t a word that occurred to Steve,” she says. She is proud of how they dedicated everything they made to wildlife conservation and continue to carry on Steve’s incredible legacy.

While the pain of Steve’s loss will always be there, Terri, Bindi, and Robert are committed to preserving his love for wildlife. They have become passionate wildlife enthusiasts themselves, just like their father. As the world reflects on the life of Steve Irwin and the impact he had, we can take comfort in the fact that his family is carrying on his legacy and ensuring that his work continues to inspire generations to come.

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