Facts of Samantha Armytage
Samantha Armytage is the Australian news presenter on television who came to the limelight after becoming Sunrise's co-host. She had earlier worked at Weekend Sunrise and also served as a Seven 4.30 News presenter.
Samantha who has dated several people till date has always been on the headline of the tabloids due to her affairs and controversies. If you wanna know about her in details, then stick with us till the end.
Is Samantha Armytage Married? Know About Her Life In Details.
No, Samantha is yet to be married. Back in June 2011, it was rumored that Samantha Armytage and her live-in boyfriend Sean broke up. Later, she started dating hotelier Peter DeAngelis by the end of 2011 and eventually they got separated in October 2012.
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According to the sources, she was linked with many boys but the relationship didn't succeed. The co-host of the Sunrise suggested a romance could be brewing between her and a mysterious boyfriend nowadays. Samantha stated that nice things are happening in her life without going into details of her new love.
When asked if she was seeing anybody in one of her interviews in the magazine in 2018, the personality of the 41-year-old answered:
'If I was, you would be the first to know. There are good things happening...I don't talk about anyone before I'm 100 percent sure, because you have got to keep some things private."
Samantha was spotted with her mysterious boyfriend who came out to be Paul O'Brien, who can be her near future husband. Paul is an Australian Millionaire who is an owner of a Brisbane-based private jet tycoon. Reportedly, Paul got separated from his spouse, ten Brisbane newsreader Georgina Lewis, in 2018.
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Further, they were spotted at different places all smiling and blushing. Also, there were rumors about her engagement with him but the concrete news is yet to be known.
Besides that, she has a pet dog whose name hasn't been revealed yet but she often posts pictures of her dog and shows immense love towards her pet. Also, she spends quality time with her family and friends.
Talking about her body measurements, she has a height of 5 feet and 9 inches(1.79m) and weighs around 140 lbs.
Samantha Armytage Controversies
On several occasions, Samantha Armytage has been a center of controversy. In March 2015, after congratulating a female for looking whiter than her twin, she was accused of racism in an interview. However, she later apologized after receiving requests from more than 2000 people.
The journalist hosted a Sunshine show concentrating on Aboriginal adoption in another event. She wrongly insisted that the White people could not foster Aboriginal kids. Many protested outside the Sunrise Studio for their remarks, but later the Australian Communications and Media Authority ruled out that the section infringed any practice code.
Samantha Armytage Net worth, Salary, and Earnings
Belonging from such a wealthy family, she still works hard to create her own name. A TV presenter in Australia's average salary is AU$80,000 in a year that is about US$56,197. But being extremely qualified and top-notch in the industry, she will surely earn a heavy quantity from her work.
Samantha Armytage has an estimated net worth of $4 million from her professional career in television. Furthermore, the beautiful host is a writer and is the author of the book, Shine: make the most of life without losing yourself. In addition, the inspiration book on the Amazon store costs about $2.54.
Samantha house in southern Highland
In Southern Highland, New South Wales, Australia, Samantha is the proprietor of a beautiful house. She purchased the five bedrooms, a contemporary open plan kitchen house with ensuite toilets for $2.2 million in 2017. Also, her house in Bondi is often the target of paparazzi.
Samantha house in Bondi
Moreover, Samantha also makes additional income from her endorsement deals with various brands. She is the ambassador of Weight Watchers and is reported to have signed a deal worth $350,000 to $400,000.
Well, with a successful career, a lovely payroll, and a lovely place to reside in, is there any doubt that the veteran host lives a luxurious and comfortable lifestyle? Certainly not?
Samantha Armytage Early Life and Bio
Samantha Armytage was born in Australia on 4 September 1977 to her parents Libby and Mac Armytage. Also, she has the nationality of Australia and is White in ethnicity.
Samantha has two siblings namely Georgina and Charles. Samantha has the zodiac sign of Virgo.
Samantha was raised in the high country, in the Snowy Mountains area of New South Wales, on a historic property known as "Bolaro Station." Samantha is part of the Victoria Armytage pioneering/family. The historic property of their family is known as the place where "The Man from Snowy River" and several other novels were written by Banjo Patterson.
In the eastern suburbs of Sydney, Samantha went to Kincoppal-Rose Bay. Further, she studied journalism at Charles Sturt University.
Samantha Armytage Professional Life and Career
Samantha has been a broadcaster in the on-campus community radio station 2MCE-FM in her college years. In 1999, Samantha's television career began as a presenter and news reporter with WIN Television.
Further, she joined Sky News Australia in 2002, where she worked as a political chief reporter. She was observed while covering the 2003 Canberra Bushfires by the network managers of seven networks and assigned to the Seven Network in April 2003.
Samantha's first significant presenting function was to present Seven News Sydney during the non-rating summer period in December 2004. Further, she did newsletters from Seven Morning News, Seven News Sydney, and late news updates from the nation.
She submitted Seven News Sydney as a fill-in for Chris Bath on Friday and weekend in 2005 and 2006.
Armytage also provided the Seven News weekend edition as a fill-in for Ian Ross at the end of July 2006 and over the summer of 2006. In October 2006, Samantha as a presenter substituted Seven's Mike Amor at 4:30 News. In June 2007, she substituted Lisa Wilkinson with Andrew O'Keefe to co-host Weekend Sunrise.
Also on Today Tonight, The Morning Show and Sunrise, she is the frequent fill-in presenter. She also took part in the 2011 popular reality dance show "Dancing with the Stars."