Terri Irwin stuns fans as she debuts dramatic hair transformation

The mum-of-two has switched things up with much darker locks.

Terri Irwin has ditched her signature blonde locks and debuted a totally new look in New York this weekend, with the mum-of-two switching things up with dark brown hair.

The 58-year-old was joined at The Explorers Club Annual Dinner (ECAD) in New York by her two children, Bindi, 24, and Robert, 19, with the family posing for a stunning portrait at the event, where Bindi was honoured with the President’s Award for Conservation.

Terri Irwin and Bindi Irwin
Terri Irwin has ditched her signature blonde locks, showing off her new look at The Explorers Club Annual Dinner in New York. Photo: Instagram/Bindi Irwin

Bindi shared the portrait, writing, "Here’s to dedicating our lives to protecting, exploring and creating change for our Mother Earth. Thank you ECAD for the President’s Award for Conservation and congratulations to the extraordinary awardees."


Terri also shared the photo on Twitter, writing, "Congratulations @BindiIrwin! A well deserved award for all your work to protect wildlife and wild places."

Fans commented on the image, with one user writing, "Congratulations Bindi - your Dad is beaming! Love your skirt! Terri as they're growing you seem to be getting younger - looking more like their sister! And Robert so gifted, so handsome! Blessings to you all and your two and four legged family members."

"Look at y’all outside the khakis, will forever be my favourite family," another said.

"I don't think this is the Irwin family. They aren't in khakis," a third joked.

"It’s strange not to see you guys with some species of exotic/dangerous animal nearby," a fourth added.

"Wow it’s weird seeing y’all not in khaki," one user agreed.

"Congratulations, and you all look amazing!" someone else added.

"The family pic is absolutely divine....your mom looks spectacular," one fan wrote of Terri.

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