Who is Osher Günsberg married to?
Osher is currently married to Audrey Griffen.
Osher first met Audrey on the set of The Bachelor in 2014, after he’d moved on from his separation from his first wife, Noa Tishby.
“I had been chatting to a makeup artist I’d worked with for years about my love life, and I was complaining about how hard it was to meet someone," he told The Sydney Morning Herald in 2018.
“I remember saying I can’t go to bars because I don’t drink, and the last time I was single there were Nokia phones, and what is this Tinder thing?” he joked.
“She told me she was going off to another job, but had a replacement to do my make-up, and said, ‘She is lovely, she has a kid, and you’re welcome’.”
Reflecting on their relationship, Osher gushed that he seemed to fall in love with Audrey almost instantly.
“The day she started I turned up on the show and there was this beautiful vision of light,” he admitted.
Despite Osher's immediate infatuation, Audrey shared that her first impression of the beloved TV host did not allude to any romantic undertone.
“When I first met him at work he seemed rather aloof, but then we started chatting and we had these amazing conversations. There's a lot of bravado that's required in front of the camera, but he was quite shy and timid – a very self-deprecating and endearing side.”
After two years together, Osher and Audrey tied the knot in 2016 in a small, intimate ceremony.
Does is Osher Günsberg have children?
Osher and Audrey are parents to two children, Georgia and Wolfgang.
Following their nuptials in 2016, Osher became stepdad to Audrey's then-teenage daughter Georgia.
Audrey and Osher also grew their family in 2019, when Audrey gave birth to their first child together, son Wolfgang.
Taking to Instagram to announce Wolfgang's birth, Osher wrote, "I've known Audrey for over five years, and yet had no idea that within her this whole time was an almighty divine force capable of bringing life into the world like this blows my mind and was astonishing to witness."
“What I witnessed her do, the power I saw her summon from within her to bring this boy into the world was utterly astonishing. I can’t think of any single thing a man does in his life that physically equates to what I saw Audrey do.”
Reflecting on the impact of family and his relationship with Audrey, Osher shared just how much his supportive family relationship helped him through a dark time with his mental health.
“I was considering 10, 20 times a day, not being here anymore,” he admitted to TV WEEK.
“I was dealing with these horrible thoughts, it’s so traumatic and distressing and awful. Eventually, you just get tired of fighting it.”
“I started having the most wonderful time with these two people, and thought, ‘These two are worth sticking around for; these two are worth getting better for,’” he said of his meeting Audrey and Georgia.
“From that point, I worked so hard, and I still work hard every single day, to try to get better. So, yeah, Audrey saved my life.”
As Wolfie grows older, Osher has commented that he thinks he looks a lot like Audrey.
“Audrey’s got some powerful genetics on her side … Between the Chinese and the Fijian heritage, I don’t think I got much of a look-in,” he told TV Week.
“I guess the only thing that would be like me would be when he crawls across the floor he always has both hands full. I’m that kind of guy. I tend to be very busy.”
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