Robert Irwin teases exciting new project: 'Years in the making'

Robert Irwin has taken to Instagram to tease an exciting new project that he says has been "years in the making".

The image featured the words "Robert Irwin's Australia," adding that it would be released in October 2022.

Robert Irwin
Robert Irwin has taken to Instagram to tease an exciting new project that has been 'years in the making'. Photo: Instagram/Robert Irwin

"A project years in the making coming soon..." the 18-year-old teased.

His sister Bindi Irwin commented, "Can’t wait," with fans asking her what the project will be.

"Is it a movie? A documentary film? Or a television series?" one curious fan asked, while another added, "I think it's a photography book."

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Wiggles star Tsehay Hawkins commented, "Sick! Can’t wait."

Emmy Perry, Robert's rumoured girlfriend, also wrote, "Yessss!!!!! Can’t wait!!!!"

"I have no idea what this is, but this is all I've ever wanted," one fan joked.

"This is gonna be epic!" another added.

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"Well, that's quite the teaser. Looking forward to October," a third wrote.

"Can’t wait to see it, your photography is really inspirational!" someone else shared.

During his interview with Stellar last month, Robert shared that it is hard to grow up without his father Steve Irwin, "Because I am sort of stepping into adulthood, having turned 18, and navigating that is hard enough [but] when you are in my situation, and you don’t have a father figure to guide you through, it’s really hard."

However, he added that he is keen to try new things and embrace what comes next, "I want to forge my own path and I’m really passionate about photography. I love being behind the camera. I am working on a coffee-table book with my photography that I’m going to be releasing later this year."

Elsewhere in the interview, Robert spoke of the milestone moments his father missed.

"The year before last I walked my sister down the aisle, and you do that sort of stuff and think, ‘That was Dad’s job. That wasn’t mine.’ So, it’s just these bittersweet moments that you get all the time."

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