Cutest couple ever?
Bindi Irwin is currently enjoying spending plenty of quality time with her boyfriend, Chandler Powell, at Australia Zoo, teaching the 19-year-old wakeboarder more about her world.
"Spending the next 2 weeks @AustraliaZoo doing shows every day in the Crocoseum," Bindi, 18, Instagrammed alongside an adorable photo of her and Chandler smiling next to a giraffe. "Also, teaching my love @ChandlerPowell everything there is to know about Zoo Life. Both myself and Chandler hope to see YOU here at Australia Zoo these Australian School Holidays."
Chandler is definitely enjoying learning the ropes, posting a daring video of himself feeding a crocodile on Sunday.
"Incredibly honored to go through 'Croc School' here @AustraliaZoo in the Crocoseum today," he captioned the post on Instagram. "Definitely starting small ... but growing up in Florida with gators has certainly trained me well!"
Incredibly honored to go through 'Croc School' here @AustraliaZoo in the Crocoseum today. Definitely starting small ... but growing up in Florida with gators has certainly trained me well! Although, today the gator was more interested in the white bucket full of food than the smaller pieces I was offering him! 😂 Be sure to come visit #AustraliaZoo these Australian School Holidays, to see the croc show and check out me being chased by more gorgeous little gators! Thankful beyond words for this opportunity. The croc team here are truly extraordinary, there's nothing else like this in the world!🐊
Last week, he showed his gentler side while feeding a lemur.
"Making friends with the residents of @australiazoo (I think food helps to win them over...)," he joked.
ET talked to Bindi in May, when she gushed about her handsome beau, calling him the "sunshine" in her life.
"I think what's really wonderful about Chandler is that no matter what is happening, he's always there for me, and he always makes me smile and laugh, and it's brilliant to have someone so kind who really understands your world," the wildlife conservationist told ET. "He loves wildlife, he loves conservation and he's just really passionate about making a difference and he's always such a kind person, which is great."