She is the widow of naturalist and television personality Steve Irwin.
Terri Irwin co-starred with her husband on The Crocodile Hunter, their unconventional television nature documentary series and its spin-off series, Croc Files and The Crocodile Hunter Diaries.
In 1991, she went on a tour of Australia, and while visiting wildlife rehabilitation facilities, she had a chance meeting with Steve Irwin, whose father had founded the Australia Zoo (as Beerwah Reptile and Fauna Park).
Steve would later say that "it was love at first sight." The couple settled in Australia shortly after their wedding, Terri leaving her Cougar Country project behind in the United States.
We love our little girl, we go home to each other at night, and we believe in what we are doing. I'd have to become a police officer and work with him; I couldn't do it." Irwin and her children were reportedly trekking in Cradle Mountain, Tasmania, on the morning of September 4, 2006, when her husband Steve died.He’s like a father figure to her.” “Russell’s become a part of the family since Steve died,” contends the site’s dubious insider, adding, “It was only a matter of time before they took the next step.” The website’s clearly ill-informed source continues, “They’ve been flirting and skirting around each other for years, but Terri’s a hard nut to crack.” “Terri is so nervous about going public with her romance with Russ, but she doesn’t want to hide it any longer,” adds the outlet’s off-base tipster.Gossip Cop, however, already debunked this fabricated story when Hollywood Life wrongly reported a few days ago that .Say my husband had a dangerous job and I wasn't with him; I don't know how you go, 'Oh honey, how was it with the police department today? He sustained heart injuries from a short-tail stingray barb which pierced his chest.He was filming an underwater documentary at the time at Batt Reef near Port Douglas in Queensland.However, as a partner in their wildlife enterprises and television shows, she believes she was able to do far greater work on behalf of wildlife conservation.