Bindi Irwin and Chandler Powell were married Wednesday in an intimate ceremony at the Australian Zoo in Queensland.
And now, a sweet video of their wedding has been shared with the fans.
In the clip, Bindi, 21, takes a look at Chandler and says that “ it’s amazing ” that she can now call him her husband.
“It’s amazing that I can call you my husband now!” Bindi Irwin springs on Chandler Powell in a new video of their wedding day (photo)
The pair look so passionate after taking their vows, Bindi wearing her classic lace wedding dress.
“Oh my God, can you believe it, you’re my husband, we’re married,” said Bindi at the start of the clip, which was shared by Animal Planet.
“Today has been huge. Our wedding planning trip was quite epic. We are feeling everyone in the world during this current global crisis, ”she said, referring to the coronavirus pandemic.
Surrealist: “ Oh my God, can you believe it, you’re my husband, we’re married, ” says Bindi at the start of the clip, shared by Animal Planet
“ These are such difficult times we are facing right now, but we have to come together and remember that love always wins. ”
Bindi said they could not have guests at their wedding due to government restrictions, which are aimed at stopping the spread of COVID-19.
“This is important for everyone’s safety,” said Bindi.
Then she turned to Chandler and said, “My God, it’s amazing, I can call you my husband now!”
Chandler noted that she is now his wife, Bindi saying that she is “so lucky”.
“I’m so lucky, it was great,” said Bindi.
Bindi and former wakeboarder Chandler, 23, got married on Wednesday at the Australian Zoo.
Newlyweds: Bindi and former wakeboarder Chandler, 23, married Wednesday at the Australian Zoo
The two were married just hours after Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced new restrictions on marriages, with only five people allowed to attend; the couple, the celebrant and the witnesses totaling a maximum of five people.
“We planned this beautiful day for almost a year and we had to change everything because we did not have guests at our wedding. It was a very difficult but important decision to keep everyone safe, ” Bindi wrote on Instagram Wednesday when they shared the news of their marriage.
“We wish all of our friends and family could be there with us, but it’s great to be able to share photos and videos. Right now, we encourage the world to keep hope and love alive, which will move us forward during this deep period of history.
Restrictions: The pair tied the knot just hours after Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced new restrictions on marriages, with only five people allowed to attend; the couple, the celebrant and the witnesses totaling a maximum of five people
Sweet: She added in part of her message that her mother, Terri Irwin, helped her get dressed on D-Day, her brother Robert accompanied her down the aisle and they lit a memory candle of his late father Steve Irwin (photo by Bindi in 2003)
She added in part of her message that her mother, Terri Irwin, had helped her get dressed on D-Day, her brother Robert had accompanied her down the aisle and they had lit a candle in memory of her deceased father Steve Irwin.
“Mum helped me prepare, Robert accompanied me down the aisle, Chandler became my husband and together, we lit a candle in memory of Dad. We shared tears, smiles and love, ” said Bindi.
Steve, known as the “crocodile hunter”, died tragically from a stingray beard in his heart in 2006. He was 44 years old.
In Australia on Friday morning there were 3,050 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Australia and 13 deaths.
Pandemic: As of Friday morning, there were 3,050 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Australia and 13 deaths