Steve Irwin says ‘fatherhood changed his life’ in touching clip amid family feud

Footage of Steve Irwin talking about his beloved daughter Bindi has resurfaced amid the family feud.

Bindi, who is now 21, has recently announced her engagement to Chandler Powell.

A heartfelt video has re-surfaced of The Crocodile Hunter gushing over his daughter back in 2002.

The adorable video shows Steve talking about Bindi before a clip of them both handling a snake, which Bindi gives a kiss to.

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Steve Irwin says in the clip: “Fatherhood has changed my life. I never thought there was something as beautiful in this world as my daughter.

“She is something else. She’s a little pearler.”

The animal expert joked: “I’m thinking about keeping her.”

Bindi posted an emotional video earlier today.

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Taking to her official Twitter account, Bindi shared a tear-jerking video of Steve talking about how much he loved her.

In the clip, Steve gushes: “I never wanted to be a dad.

"I couldn’t really give a rip.

"And now I am the proudest father, I gotta tell ya.”

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Captioning the clip, Bindi told her 678,000 followers: "Every time I watch this clip my heart overflows with emotion."

The Irwin’s have been in the press recently about an alleged family “feud” as a result of Steve’s devastating death.

He was tragically killed when a stingray barb pierced his heart in 2006.

Steve’s sister Joy revealed the family fell out after the television personality's passing.

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She told Daily Mail Australia that Steve’s wife Terri and their children alienated themselves after his death.

Her father Bob is said to have become a recluse since Steve's death.

Joy explained to the publication: “I keep away from all that. It’s just very sad… family stuff.”

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