But she reminded others that when it comes to asking if she’s having more kids, to approach the subject delicately.
“You never know someone’s journey and you have no idea what they’ve been through behind closed doors,” she noted. “We feel very grateful that we have Grace, she’s our little miracle. I don’t know what the future holds for us, so I don’t know what is going to happen. But for now, I’m just so thankful we have Grace. Every day I wake up thanking my lucky stars that the world brought her into our lives.”
Back in March, Bindi opened up about her battle with endometriosis and why she felt it was time to share her decade-long journey with her followers.
“For 10yrs I’ve struggled with insurmountable fatigue, pain & nausea,” she penned in a candid Instagram. “Trying to remain a positive person & hide the pain has been a very long road. These last 10yrs have included many tests, doctors visits, scans, etc.”
Although the zookeeper admitted to being scared of undergoing surgery, she knew she needed to make changes. “To cut a long story short, they found 37 lesions, some very deep & difficult to remove, & a chocolate cyst,” she explained. “I’m on the road to recovery & the gratitude I feel is overwhelming.”