Melbourne, May 30 (ANI): Late Australian naturalist Steve Irwin's widow Terri Irwin has revealed that as of the moment, a new man does not feature in her life.
Terri, 45, also admits that she still waits for her husband to come home and that she now felt she was living another life in the wake of his death four years ago.
She said all she wanted to do was continue her drive for social entrepreneurship, encouraging industry to have an environmental and conservation conscience.
"You know if I hadn't met Steve I wouldn't have married, not because of any other reason than I was busy with a career and not really looking and now it's just not on my horizon," News.com.au quoted her as saying.
"I took the vow to love each other and be married as long as we both shall live.
"I should have done that 'til death does us part' vow. I have that sense of loyalty still with Steve and I think there's really no right or wrong (to finding love again) and you should honour your feelings.
"I knew people who have married pretty rapidly after losing a spouse . . . particularly with older people it seems like a friendship thing.
"It's a different thing than just that total abandonment of desperate love, so finding love again is beautiful but for me it's not on my horizon," she explained.
Watching her children Bindi and Robert frolic on the beach near their Australia Zoo home on the Sunshine Coast, she said that she was full of love for her children.
"I've lived my life with Steve and now I'm a mother and I'm passionately in love with my children," she revealed.
"I just desperately love those kids and they fill my every moment.
"Some days I can't believe it's been almost four years since we lost Steve and other times a part of me is still waiting for him to come home," she added. (ANI)