Think you know everything about Shark Tank star Robert Herjavec? Think again! Since the 55-year-old TV star recently married his second wife, Dancing With the Stars pro Kym Johnson, many fans have been wondering — who is Robert's first wife? Lucky for you, we've got all the details on Robert's family, business success, and more — scroll down below for some fascinating facts!
Who is Robert Herjavec's first wife?
The TV star married his first wife, Diane Plese, in 1990. The couple later announced their separation after 24 years of marriage in July 2014 and finalized their divorce in early 2016. The former couple met when Robert was just 26 years old while Diane was working as an optometrist. The millionaire once said it was love at first sight for himself and Diane. The pair — who are both the proud children of Croatian immigrants — married in a Croatian church in Ontario, Canada.
Robert and his first wife, Diane. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
Who is Robert Herjavec married to now?
Following his split from Diane, Robert began dating Dancing With the Stars pro dancer Kym Johnson in fall 2015. The two were paired together for Season 20 of the hit dance competition. Kym and Robert later became engaged in February 2015 and married in LA on July 31, 2016. "We were friends first... We're both each other's number one fans, and have respect for each other," Kym once said of Robert.
Does Robert Herjavec have kids?
Yes! Robert has three children — daughters Caprice and Skye and son Brendan — with his first wife, Diane. On Monday, Dec. 11, Robert and his second wife, Kym, announced they are expecting their first baby together. "It's a thumbs-up!"👍🏻💕," Kym captioned a sonogram photo on Instagram of her unborn baby giving a thumbs-up — how cute!
Robert with his second wife, Kym, on DWTS. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
What is Robert Herjavec's net worth?
Robert's estimated net worth is a whopping $200 million. He first began his career as a film producer and director and later founded his first company, BRAK Systems, an integrator of internet security software. Robert sold that company for $30.2 million in 2000. After leaving work to be a stay-at-home dad for three years, Robert founded the Herjavec Group in 2003. He remains the CEO of the company — a security solutions integrator, reseller, and managed service provider — today. Robert has also made his millions by appearing on Shark Tank — and also investing in the show's businesses — and by authoring two successful books.