Millie Bobby Brown Visits Bindi And Robert Irwin At Australia Zoo

The 'Stranger Things' star, who is down under filming the next installment of 'Godzilla', looked like she was having a blast as she helped out the Irwins at Australia Zoo over the weekend.

Revealing to her social media followers that she had the most "magical" day on Sunday checking out Australia Zoo, the 15-year-old thanked the Irwins for their warm hospitality, during which Brown met a kangaroo, held a snake, and fed a giraffe.

“Wow. wow. wow. the most magical day with these special souls," she wrote in an Instagram post alongside Robert and Bindi Irwin.

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"Thank you so much for what you do for the world. animals at your zoo receive love and care every single day with your loving keepers. and thank you for letting come visit the zoo and see animals that I’d never thought I’d see. the best day ever,” she added.

The wildlife-loving fam were happy to show the actress the ropes of running during her visit, with Bindi posting several snaps to her own Instagram alongside the starlet, dubbing her an honorary 'Wildlife Warrior'.

"Thank you for visiting today beautiful @milliebobbybrown," she captioned done of the pics. "You are a light in this world, keep shining xx"

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Brown is no stranger to getting involved a good cause, with the actress last year being named the youngest UNICEF ambassador, joining Goodwill Ambassadors such as David Beckham, Orlando Bloom, Priyanka Chopra, Ricky Martin, Liam Neeson and Shakira.

"Given UNICEF's global role as the world's leading voice for children and young people, to be the youngest-ever Goodwill Ambassador for UNICEF is more than an honour, it's a powerful privilege," Brown said at the UN's headquarters at the time.

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"I will speak out for the millions of children and young people whose voices have been silenced for far too long," she said, adding, "Most of all, I will make sure children and young people know their rights and I will do everything I can to empower them, to be the change they want to see in the world."

Millie is set to return to our screens soon for the highly-anticipated third season of Stranger Things, which is set for a July 4th release date on Netflix.

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