Yumi Stynes Bio – Husband, Kids & Family Details | Net worth, Age & Wiki Facts

Yumi Stynes is a well-known Australian television and radio presenter, famous for her co-hosting role on Network Ten’s “The Circle.” Now, she serves as the presenter of the ABC podcast “Ladies, We Need To Talk” and a radio host on Sydney’s KIIS FM.

Recently, she got into a heated feud about the Australia Day change the debate with Kerri-Anne Kennerley during a Studio 10 panel. She called Ms. Kennerley “racist” during the on-air disagreement. The feud has sparked outrage across Australia.

Meanwhile, people are eager to learn about Yumi Stynes husband and her kids. Without further ado, let’s explore Stynes’ bio, including her age, family, birthday, net worth, and other wiki facts.

Celeb Facts

Birth NameYumi Stynes
Birthday2nd June 1975
Age43
BirthplaceSwan Hill, Victoria
Zodiac SignGemini
NationalityAustralian
EthnicityMixed
ProfessionTelevision and radio presenter
ParentsDavid and Yoshiko
Married/HusbandYes; Martin Bendeler (m. 2012)
Kids4
SiblingsTwo sisters and a brother

Yumi Stynes Husband & Kids | Divorced Her First Husband

Stynes first walked the aisle in 2000 with Ben Ely, an Australian musician and artist. Her now ex-husband is best known for his work in the band, Regurgitator.

Since vowing to be one another’s loving husband and wife for life – in an intimate ceremony among family and close friends – Stynes and her husband, Ely went on to experience parenthood. They welcomed two kids namely, Anouk and Dee Dee.

They couldn’t save their marriage from crumbling down. Later, the duo got separated and filed for divorce in 2008.

Carrying her responsibility as a single mother, she moved on in her life. And for best, she found love again in Martin Bendeler.

In 2012, she wore the wedding gown again and married her boyfriend, Martin. Eventually, she bestowed the pride of being a father to her husband, giving birth to their first and her third kid-  a daughter named Mercy.

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Finally, her family of five welcomed a new member as she gave birth to her fourth child – a son in 2015. For now, she often posts family pictures on her Instagram account and has been taking care of her younger kids very well.

Yumi Stynes Net worth

Stynes receives a fine salary from working as a co-host of KIIS Network’s 3PM Pick-Up. She joined the radio channel in January 2017 after collecting experience on various other platforms. Her work credits in radio realm include her co-hosting role in 3PM Pick Up in channels like Mix 101.1, Mix 106.5, Mix 102.3, Mix 106.3 & 97.3 FM.

Furthermore, she also worked for the Channel V Australia for seven years since 2000 as a TV presenter. As if the stints on television and radio wasn’t enough for her, she also penned several books and earned a tag as an author. Her books include “The Zero Fucks Cookbook- Best Food Least Effort.”

She also contributed to The Age, The Daily Telegraph, The Herald Sun, Grazia and Filmink as a writer. Following the multi-dimensional job credits, she relishes a hefty salary and income. On top of that, her net worth enriches with her work in the ABC Radio as a presenter of the podcast, Ladies, We Need to Talk.”

However, Stynes’ net worth is still unknown.

Yumi Stynes Bio – Wiki: Age, Family & Birthday

Born in 1975 in Swan Hill, Victoria, Yumi Tasma Stynes is a Television and radio presenter for KIIS FM’s 3PM Pick-Up and ABC radio Podcast “Ladies, We Need to Talk.” She is the eldest daughter of her parents – David and Yoshiko. Her father was the fifth generation Australian whereas her mother is a Japanese. She has three younger siblings: two sisters and one brother.

Stynes, who celebrates her birthday on 2nd June, attended Methodist Ladies College in Melbourne. Afterward, she moved to Sydney to work at Channel V Australia.