“He has two wonderful boys that are really sweet and he’s always there for his boys and is a great human being.So we all love Russell, [we’re] just not in love.” While there’s no romance in the works between the actor and her mom, Bindi’s sweet relationship with her boyfriend, professional wakeboarder Chandler Powell, is still going strong.
“He still splits his time between Florida and then also Australia.
He comes to visit a lot, [and] we try to catch up whenever we can.” “Chandler is actually really amazing when it comes to wildlife, I think that’s because he’s such a kind and caring soul,” she shared.
And tonight it’s all about supporting these amazing causes.” “It’s so much fun helping people connect with nature and really love our beautiful wildlife and wild places,” Robert continued. We’re all joined together as wildlife warriors, helping to protect the world around us,” Bindi added.
“So it’s a great evening.” In April, Bindi took to Instagram to share some sweet praise for her boyfriend, writing, “Sometimes in life, you find that someone who is living Sunshine.” Check out the video below to see the teenage nature conservationist’s heartfelt post.
I’ve had so much fun with him and he’s learning a lot, definitely.” Robert explained that, given Chandler’s childhood growing up in Florida, he’s “used to alligators and crocodiles” already.
WATCH: Bindi Irwin & Boyfriend Chandler Powell Cheer On Her Brother Robert During His ‘Tonight Show’ Appearance “I don’t think there’s anything he’s too afraid of. According to Bindi, her boyfriend didn’t even get scared during their road trip through “far North Queensland,” where they drove her dad’s old pickup truck over some particularly difficult Australian terrain.The study is the first to show that white-coat hypertension and masked hypertension are associated with clinically meaningful high blood pressure, which is a major risk factor for heart attack and stroke."This means that these conditions are by no means clinically innocent, as they have often been thought to be," study researcher Giuseppe Mancia, MD of the University Milan-Bicocca says in a news release.Participants with white-coat hypertension at the start of the study had more than double the risk of having sustained hypertension a decade later, compared to those with normal blood pressures.Those with masked hypertension had a 78% higher chance of developing sustained high blood pressure readings over time.“We were very lucky to have known Russell for a number of years.