Little Bindi Irwin, the girl who impressed the world with her mature eulogy after her famous father passed away, is now all grown up.
Steve Irwin, aka the Crocodile Hunter, died when Bindi was only seven years old, but his daughter, who continued his conservation and television work, is just starting to embrace a more glamorous spotlight.
The 14-year-old attended the Australian red carpet premiere of "Man of Steel" on Monday alongside the film's star, Russell Crowe and his two sons, Charles and Tennyson.
Showing off her father's good looks, the brunette beauty bundled up in a black pea coat, studded leather boots and colourful peacock leggings. (You can't take the "Jungle Book" out of our Bindi!)
The actress and activist had such a good time that she even tweeted about it:
Loved attending Man Of Steel last night. Congratulations to @russellcrowe and the entire cast & crew. Great to see Charlie & Tennyson again!— Bindi Irwin (@BindiIrwin) June 24, 2013
But Crowe's wee ones almost took the spotlight away from their gorgeous new friend. Both Charles and Tennyson wore matching grey suits and similar shaggy haircuts but differentiated themselves with different colour bow-ties. Dad Russell opted for a casual black suit without a tie. (Superman's dad Jor-El doesn't have to dress up for anybody!)
So will we see Bindi on a red carpet again? While the Aussie doesn't have any TV or movie projects lined up so far, she has completed a few films this year such as "Return to Nim's Island" and the TV series "The Project." Perhaps it's time that the budding star take a break and get back to her studies.