Bindi Irwin has arrived in L.A.
The 15-year-old Aussie cutie landed at Los Angeles International Airport with her family yesterday.
Bindi, the daughter of the late animal expert and "crocodile hunter" Steve Irwin, was all smiles while leaving a terminal with mom Terri Irwin and her younger brother Robert. Bindi was dressed casually in blue jeans, boots and an Australia Geographic T-shirt with her hair in a braid. She flashed her pearly whites while making her way out of the airport with her travel bags.
Meanwhile, Terri and Robert, 10, were in equally good spirits and also wore smiles while walking together. No word on the reason for the fam's L.A. visit, but we're guessing vacation!
Just the other week, the animal-loving teen hit the red carpet at the AACTA Awards in Sydney where she showed off her grown-up style. Bindi rocked the carpet in a black and white floral-print dress and edgy boots.
Back in November, Bindi opened up to E! News about her passion for wildlife conservation. "With dad, he was the ultimate wildlife warrior and we admired him more than anything," she said. "Dad honestly was incredible. We never got nervous about him with animals, but I do remember he gave me a piece of advice that has stuck with me forever. He said, 'You have to treat animals the way you wish to be treated.' Which is so true. And I think that applies to all animals."