Steve Irwin’s niece shares booty pic
It's getting warmer and Steve Irwin's niece Rebecca Lobie is certainly turning up the heat on Instagram.
In her latest post, the 32-year-old mother-of-two posed for a racy booty picture, flaunting her assets in a skimpy white swimsuit.
"Hump Day Vibes," Ms Lobie captioned the shot, with her followers praising her for being "beautiful as always" and "hot".
Ms Lobie is a restaurant manager near her home in Mooloolaba, Queensland, and her mother Joy Muscillo is the late Steve Irwin's older sister.
She frequently shares bikini shots on her Instagram page where she has more than 14,000 followers.
In an interview with the Daily Mail, Mrs Muscillo said she had lost contact with Steve's widow Terri Irwin and their two children, Bindi and Robert.
According to the publication, Mrs Muscillo and her husband Frank both used to work at Australia Zoo until they were allegedly "walked out" by Terri in 2016.
Mrs Muscillo and her adult children left the zoo soon after, with Steve's sister describing it as "very sad".
She also told reporters she had been prevented from speaking publicly about what had actually happened due to a confidentiality agreement.
Bob Irwin, Steve and Mrs Muscillo's father, founded Beerwah Reptile Park, which would later become Australia Zoo, in the 1970s with their mother Lyn.
Steve and Terri took over the zoo after they married, and Bob quit Australia Zoo in 2008 after a reported falling-out with his daughter-in-law over how it should be run.
Bob broke his silence about his departure in an interview with the Courier-Mail in September after tabloid reports claimed he had refused to wish his granddaughter Bindi well over her engagement to Chandler Powell.
In fact a reporter had come onto his property and repeatedly asked for an interview despite Bob's multiple requests for him to leave, he said.
"It's wrong, it's totally untrue. I knew, because of the magazine (the reporter) said he was from, it was going to be another one of those garbage, junk-type stories … but you can never be prepared for the fact it might be upsetting to so many people,'' Bob explained.
Bob said that while he didn't expect an invite to Bindi's upcoming wedding, he would attend if he was welcome.
"I want (Bindi and Robert, 15) to be able to do what they want from day to day, enjoy life, enjoy the animals, achieve things, without worrying about things that should never be presented to them (like that article),'' he told the publication.
"Much the same as any other parent or grandparent, I would wish (Bindi and Chandler) all the best - which I do - and hope things go really, really well.
"No, I haven't had an invite to the wedding and, to be perfectly honest, I wouldn't expect to be invited to the wedding."