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"We don't drink, we don't smoke, and we are actually in love and happily married.
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 husband Steve died.
Russell Crowe is not dating “Crocodile Hunter” Steve Irwin’s widow Terri, despite a wholly fabricated report.
Gossip Cop can exclusively correct the claim and expose an outlet for making up the entire story.
Terri herself was seemingly too upset to speak at the ceremony.During the interview, she said "And I'll make Australia Zoo bigger. because I promised." Barbara Walters held an interview with Irwin on The View, which aired September 27 in the US.When she came on stage, the entire audience gave her a standing ovation.“Steve was all about promoting Australian family values,” another seemingly fake “friend” tells the webloid, adding, “He’d be rolling over in his grave if he knew Terri was involved with a married man, even one who was his mate.” The site’s so-called “source” further claims, “It’s very disrespectful to Steve’s legacy,” and that his widow and Crowe have “betrayed his ideals.” The made-up quotes don’t end there.
Radar Online’s supposed “source” goes on to state that after helping Steve’s kids, Bindi and Robert, “through their grief,” Crowe’s “affection turned romantic” for Terri, and they “fell in love.” “They couldn’t fight their love for each other,” continues the seemingly manufactured “source,” who also notes, “None of us are surprised they’ve taken things to the next level.” Sadly, Gossip Cop is not surprised the webloid posted this outright lie.In her first statement since her husband's death, Irwin announced the Australian memorial service (on September 20, 2006 at Australia Zoo in Queensland) would be open to the public, and that people who wished to attend should make a donation to Irwin's "Wildlife Warriors" fund.