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Bindi Irwin shares a sweet photo with her three-month-old baby Grace Warrior and their pet pooch

Too precious! Bindi Irwin dotes on her three-month-old daughter Grace Warrior and poses up with their pet pooch Piggy in a sweet photograph as she returns to social media

Bindi Irwin and her husband Chandler Powell welcomed their first child, a baby girl named Grace Warrior, three months ago.

And on Wednesday, a casually dressed Bindi, 22, doted on their tiny tot in a sweet new photograph. 

The Wildlife Warrior can be seen hugging her daughter as they cuddled their pet pooch, Piggy. 

Puppy love! On Wednesday, Bindi Irwin shared a sweet picture alongside her three-month-old daughter Grace Warrior and their pet pooch, Piggy

‘Hi baby hoooman sister and sweet mama. I love you both so much. — Piggy,’ the photo was captioned on their pet’s Instagram page Stella & Piggy.

The adorable post comes after the proud mum took a short break from social media to focus her energies on baby Grace. 

Earlier this week, Bindi returned to Instagram and appeared to be doing just that when she was seen singing a nursery rhyme about US states to the cherubic infant. 

So sweet: The adorable post comes after the proud mum took a short break from social media to focus her energies on baby Grace. Earlier this week, Bindi returned to Instagram and appeared to be doing just that when she was seen singing a nursery rhyme about US states to the cherubic infant

So sweet: The adorable post comes after the proud mum took a short break from social media to focus her energies on baby Grace. Earlier this week, Bindi returned to Instagram and appeared to be doing just that when she was seen singing a nursery rhyme about US states to the cherubic infant

In a clip shared to Instagram on Wednesday by husband Chandler, Bindi is seen happily belting out the adorable tune.

Grace smiled and laughed as Bindi alphabetically read out the names while playing with her arms, with the tot clearly enjoying it. 

Our little Grace Warrior learning about her dad’s home country from her beautiful mama,’ Chandler wrote under the clip.    

He then made a joke about Bindi missing New Hampshire, due to Grace’s lovely laugh distracting her during the song. 

Playful: Grace smiled and laughed as Bindi alphabetically read out the names while playing with her arms

Playful: Grace smiled and laughed as Bindi alphabetically read out the names while playing with her arms

‘P.S. Bindi wanted to send a shoutout to New Hampshire! Grace’s laugh was too adorable to remember every state!’

Bindi resurfaced on Instagram after exposing her highly publicised rift with grandfather Bob Irwin Snr.  

Last month, Bindi made headlines when she spoke about her strained relationship with Bob, 82, in a scathing Facebook post. 

She claimed he has shown ‘no interest in spending time with me or my family’.    

On June 21, Bindi shared a photo on Instagram of herself cuddling Grace and said she was ‘working hard’ to protect her mental health.

New addition: Bindi and husband Chandler announced their daughter's birth on March 26

New addition: Bindi and husband Chandler announced their daughter’s birth on March 26

She wrote: ‘Hi guys, Just a note to say thank you for your support. I’m taking a break from social media and most of my work in the public eye for a month to be with my beautiful daughter and my wonderful family.

‘I feel tremendously grateful to share our life and conservation work with you but I need some time to focus on the happiness that is my family (both human and animal). You can keep up with our adventures by following my family and Australia Zoo on social media,’ as part of her statement. 

Bindi and husband Chandler announced their daughter’s birth on March 26, just one day after she was born on their first wedding anniversary.  

Wildlife Warriors: In the years since Steve's death, the Irwin family - including Robert's sister, Bindi, and his mother, Terri - have continued his conservation work at Australia Zoo

Wildlife Warriors: In the years since Steve’s death, the Irwin family – including Robert’s sister, Bindi, and his mother, Terri – have continued his conservation work at Australia Zoo

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