Terri Irwin Gets Emotional In A New Heartbreaking Interview: “I’ve Never Overcome The Grief Of Losing Steve”

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July 20, 2018 10:24 By Fabiosa

Probably, for the first time in so many years, Terri Irwin gets candid about the pain she suffered since her beloved husband’s passing. In an emotional interview, Terri opens up she’s never overcome the grief of losing Steve.

Terri Irwin gets emotional in a recent interview

11 years ago, the world lost a great person and world-famous adventurer, Steve Irwin. Best-known as ‘Crocodile Hunter’, Steve passed away after a tragic incident on shooting.

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After Steve’s passing, his beloved wife, Terri, and kids, Bindi and Robert, continue his legacy and devote their lives to protecting the wildlife.

Though Terri seems to be smiling on shooting of the new episodes of their popular show, it appears she still struggles with the pain after she lost Steve.

READ ALSO: Bindi Irwin Honors Her Late Dad On Steve Irwin Day

In a conversation with ABC's Anh's Brush With Fame, which aired on Wednesday, Terri explained how she really feels since Steve died.

 

Soul mates. Forever.❤️Happy Anniversary to my incredible parents. I love you so much.

Допис, поширений Bindi Irwin (@bindisueirwin)

With the tears in her eyes, the mother-of-two said:

You don't ever get over grief. It changes, but you never wake up one morning and go, ‘Oh, I'm done with that.’ That was the challenge in the journey after Steve died.

 

I miss you. ❤️

Допис, поширений Bindi Irwin (@bindisueirwin)

In the course of conversation, Terri called Steve her only soulmate and added when she first met him, she wasn't even looking for love but just couldn’t resist it happening.

I wasn't even dating, I wasn't even looking. I was 27-years-old and figured my life was going to be my work and met Steve and fell instantly in love.

Since they started working together, Terri has always been enthusiastic about her husband’s occupation. The couple even spent their honeymoon trapping crocodiles together.

Today, Terri is proud that both their children have followed in Steve’s footsteps. When asked for her best advice she learned from her marriage, Terri replied:

 The meaning of life is unconditional love. If you can achieve that, I think you're set.

It’s always hard to deal with the loss of a person you love. But we know for sure, the memory of late Crocodile Hunter, Steve Irwin, will be alive through his loving wife and wonderful children.

READ ALSO: Steve Irwin Honored With A Star On The Hollywood Walk Of Fame

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