Entertainment Steve Irwin's Son Robert, 14, Recovering from Emergency Surgery for Appendix Removal

04:05  13 january  2018
04:05  13 january  2018 Source:   People

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Steve Irwin ' s Son Robert , 14 , Recovering from Emergency Surgery for Appendix Removal . “The team at McKenzie-Willamette Hospital did a fantastic job removing Robert ’s pesky appendix on New Year’s Day.

Robert Irwin started 2018 in a hospital room. The 14 -year-old son of the late Steve Irwin had to have emergency surgery for appendix removal on New Years Day, but it sounds like he' s recovering well.

Terri Irwin, Bindi Irwin et al. posing for a photo © Andrew Carlile/MEGA

Robert Irwin is on the mend after he underwent emergency surgery.

The 14-year-old son of the late Steve Irwin revealed Thursday that he is recovering after going under the knife on New Year’s Day to have his appendix removed.

“Kicking off the new year with emergency surgery,” he captioned a smiling photo of himself laying in a hospital bed while giving two thumbs up.

“I’m recovering well and feeling so much better without my pesky appendix!

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