The crimped hair has gone, replaced by long locks curled in that way beloved by teenage girls the world over.
Bindi Sue Irwin has grown up – but don't worry, she still wears khaki.
The world remembers her as a heartbreaking eight-year-old, telling millions at Steve’s 2006 memorial service how much she loved her father.
"My daddy was my hero. He was always there for me when I needed him. He listened to me and taught me so many things, but most of all he was fun."
But now 14, Bindi, named for her father’s favourite crocodile, has become an identity in her own right.
There's a clothing range – Bindi Wear International, a swag of awards ranging from Nickelodeon Kids Choice to a Logie for Most Popular New Talent in 2009.
Then there are the countless books, tv shows, songs and even a movie (Free Willy: Escape from Pirate's Cove) and that's not counting the Australian magazine industry's ongoing love affair with the Irwins.
The girl who grew up in front of cameras – be it wrestling crocodiles with her mum and dad or dancing to a wildlife loving beat – won’t be shying away from them as a teenager.
Next year Bindi will be coming to our screens as Nim in the sequel to Nim's Island, taking over the role from Abigail Breslin.
Her role at Australia Zoo also continues to grow – Bindi, along with brother Robert – are increasingly becoming headlining acts at the sanctuary their father created, much to the delight of their many American fans.