Steve Irwin’s wife feels it’s been long enough and decides to come clean about her husband

It’s incredible to think it’s now been 16 years since we lost Steve Irwin. The zookeeper changed the game with respects to the way the world saw dangerous animals. He was a pioneer of his field, and the earth was robbed of a truly decent human being when he passed away, doing what he loved, at the young age of 44. Now, more than a decade on, his wife Terri Irwin has opened up with a confession Steve once made to her that could prove a shock to some …Terri recently sat down for an interview with Australian television series “Anh’s Brush With Fame”, only for the conversation to take a surprising turn. When the interviewer touched upon Steve’s untimely death, Terri replied: “He never thought he’d have a long life. He always kind of had this sense his life would be cut short.”
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