What can’t he do! Robert Irwin stuns fans with an impressive BACKFLIP after launching his modeling career with a TV commercial for Hard Yakka
We saw him feeding crocodiles and getting up close and personal with some of the largest creatures at Australia Zoo.
But we’ve never seen wild animal warrior Robert Irwin do a backflip…until now.
The 19-year-old conservationist took to Instagram on Friday to share the hidden talent with his 3.6million fans.
Wearing his khaki work clothes while showing off his toned physique, Robert stunned fans with his new skills on the beach.
“Now we know who will represent Australia in gymnastics at the next Olympics,” commented one fan.
The 19-year-old conservationist took to Instagram on Friday to share the hidden talent with his 3.6million fans
“I’m convinced this man can do anything,” added another.
His latest video followed his new business as a model, which he launched earlier this year.
Now Robert stars in a new campaign for Hard Yakka, an Australian workwear company.
Wearing his khaki work clothes while showing off his toned physique, Robert stunned fans with his new skills on the beach
“I’m convinced this man can do everything,” said one fan
In a video shared by the brand earlier this month, Robert models clothing from the range and shares some of his favorite activities.
“I’ve always been interested in the ocean from a very, very young age,” he says in the video.
“It was always my father who had this strong connection to the sea. Now I feel very fortunate to be able to follow in those footsteps,” he added of his late father, Steve Irwin.
“I still use some of his old surfboards. I go out in the water every morning. I definitely feel most comfortable by the sea.
His latest video followed his new venture into modeling in a new campaign for Hard Yakka, an Australian workwear company.
The Irwins, meanwhile, have kept Steve’s memory alive through their conservation work at Australia Zoo.
Her most recent tribute to Steve is the Crocodile Hunter Lodge, which consists of luxurious cabins located on the zoo’s grounds.
He is survived by wife Terri, daughter Bindi and son Robert.