The stunning Lady Elliot Island — an Eco-friendly resort surrounded by Australia's Great Barrier Reef where giant turtles pop their heads up from the waves and manta rays swim along the ocean floor — delighted Prince Charles when he traveled to the little piece of paradise on Friday, April 6. During his visit, the royal met with the conservationist Irwin family and the eldest Irwin child, Bindi Irwin, was totally starstruck by meeting Prince Charles! "He is amazing. He is a true wildlife warrior. He was so nice and so incredibly wise. He has so much knowledge. I wanted to take it all in," the 19-year-old adorably gushed after their meeting, according to The Australian Women's Weekly royal Correspondent Juliet Rieden. During the visit, Bindi and her younger brother, Robert Irwin, 14, showed Charles some newly hatched baby turtles and photographer Robert then presented the royal with a mounted canvas of one of his photographs as a gift.