Bindi Irwin and her family were all smiles on a recent trip to “the most magical place on Earth”, with some of their favourite highlights documented on social media for their fans to enjoy the occasion right along with them.

The day was something of a milestone for two-year-old Grace, who was making her first trip to Disneyland alongside Bindi and Chandler.

“Our Disney princess visited the most magical place on Earth for the very first time,” Bindi wrote. “My. Heart.”

In the clip accompanying the caption, a series of snaps and short videos played out, though two things remained constant throughout – the delight on their faces, and the wonder on young Grace’s.

It opened with a sweet family picture in front of Sleeping Beauty’s Castle, a popular location in the centre of the park for capturing the all-important Disney portrait.

Next, Grace had been introduced to a bubble wand in her dad’s arms, before the family were captured flying through the air on Disney’s Dumbo The Flying Elephant ride.

From there, Grace was pictured exploring the park – on her own feet and from her mum’s embrace – as well as dancing to live music, meeting some iconic Disney characters, hosting her very own princess tea party, and experiencing the wonder of the world famous It’s a Small World attraction.

All, it appears, picture perfect items on any Disneyland agenda.


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Bindi’s followers certainly seemed to agree, flocking to her comments to gush over Bindi’s heartwarming post, all agreeing that the family must have had “the best time”.

“That’s the BEST!” author Steve Maraboli declared. “Moments and memories like that are vitamins for the soul!”

“That is so so special,” Australian TV personality Rove McManus said.

“Looks like you had the most perfect time! I loved when she was dancing for the musicians,” one fan shared.

“Watching Disney through your child’s eyes is simply the best!!” another noted.

Meanwhile, some could only marvel at how much Grace and grown, with others simply happy to see Bindi enjoying herself in the world after her difficult health journey.

“So glad to see you are feeling so much better that you can enjoy an adventure like Disney,” one wrote.

However, another wasn’t quite so sure about the whole “happiest place” side of things, revealing that while their day had looked “amazing”, they had to note “Australia Zoo is one of the most magical places on earth. Anywhere we can love and protect animals.”

And, of course, Robert Irwin had to get in on the celebration, sharing a series of hearts in response to his sister’s post – just weeks after sharing his own happy snap with the youngest Irwin wildlife warrior, too.

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This article first appeared on Over60.