Covid’s over, Terri! Irwin matriarch STILL wears a mask outdoors like it’s 2020 while grocery shopping on the Sunshine Coast

Terri Irwin masked up to go grocery shopping on the Sunshine Coast just as the Australian government ended its Covid isolation requirements.

The 57-year-old sported a blue face mask and practised social distancing while shopping at a supermarket in the rural town of Beerwah last Thursday.

The Crikey! It’s the Irwins star sported a light blue T-shirt, jeans and grey sneakers and was mindful of her surroundings.

Terri Irwin masked up to go grocery shopping on the Sunshine Coast just as the Australian government ended its Covid isolation requirements 

She wore her long hair loosely, tied a navy jumper around her waist, and accessorised a wristwatch.

At one point, she was spotted in the supermarket pushing a trolley full of items.

Terri, the widow of late conservationist Steve ‘The Crocodile Hunter’ Irwin, stocked up on toilet paper and even bought packets from two rival brands.

The 57-year-old sported a blue face mask and practised social distancing while shopping at a supermarket in the rural town of Beerwah last Thursday

The 57-year-old sported a blue face mask and practised social distancing while shopping at a supermarket in the rural town of Beerwah last Thursday 

The reality TV star looked relieved to be returning to her car with her shopping completed and power walked from the store to her vehicle.

It comes after Terri’s daughter Bindi, 24, spoke last year about the impact Covid had on her family.

The conservationist spoke to Page Six about the challenges the Irwins experienced during the pandemic, including lockdowns, border closures and financial hardship. 

Terri stocked up on toilet paper and even bought roll packets from two competing brands

Terri stocked up on toilet paper and even bought roll packets from two competing brands 

‘It has probably been the hardest time in our lives other than when dad passed away,’ Bindi said.

She explained that because Australia Zoo has ‘over a thousand animals’, the venue is unable to close – even when there aren’t any tourists providing revenue.

‘We still had to feed all our animals, do check-ups,’ she said, adding: ‘It’s as if we were still open, but without any visitors.’

Terri added the early months of 2020 were particularly difficult as she needed to spend $80,000 a week just to feed the 1,200 animals.

The reality TV star looked relieved to be returning to her car with her shopping completed and power walked from the store to her vehicle

The reality TV star looked relieved to be returning to her car with her shopping completed and power walked from the store to her vehicle

Last year Terri's daughter Bindi (pictured, right, with her mother Terri and brother Robert) spoke publicly about the enormous impact Covid had on the Irwin clan

Last year Terri’s daughter Bindi (pictured, right, with her mother Terri and brother Robert) spoke publicly about the enormous impact Covid had on the Irwin clan

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