She’s Australia’s sweetheart and the only daughter of the late Steve Irwin.

Bindi Irwin, 19, will share her fascinating life story in an upcoming memoir about growing up at Australia Zoo.The bubbly wild life warrior told News Corp on Tuesday that the book is close to finished and t will be no shortage of content with the star explaining: ‘I feel like I’ve lived 10 lives in one lifetime.

Bindi will likely give fans a personal glimpse into her family life, including her struggle with the 2006 death of her late father Steve.

Bindi shared a throwback video to Instagram that showed her, as a cherubic three-year-old, on set with Steve.

The video starts with Steve instructing Bindi to say ‘action’ to the camera and after she complies Steve adds: ‘One of the greatest honours while we’re on this movie shoot is working with my daughter and the wildlife that’s around .

‘I’m trying to teach Bindi to be a wild life warrior and love all wildlife – even the bull ants.

Brother Robert also shared a tribute to Steve, posting a photo that showed Robert as a toddler being pushed on a swing by Steve.

Steve died in 2006 after being pierced repeatedly in the chest by a stingray barb in Batt Reef near Port Douglas in Queensland.