Tony Robins is not a name but a motivational brand that has inspired millions of people toward self-fulfillment, love, compassion, and forgiveness through his popular programs such as Unleash Her Power Within, Become Unshakeable Challenge, Business Mastery, and others.

He is also known as the author of self-help books such as Unlimited Power and Awaken the Giant Within.   

And in his mission, his wife, Bonnie Pearl Humphrey, also known as Sage, has been an impactful partner. She and podcast host Mary B co-host the Tony Robins podcast with a personal touch, contributing valuable life experiences and researched inputs.


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This article will cover Tony Robins' personal life, marital history, children, and relationship with his wife, Sage.

Who Is Tony Robins' wife, Sage?

Sage Robbins has also been celebrated among Tony Robins fans as an inspiring motivational speaker and podcast host. She is a former food store clerk and also has some credits as an actress. She portrayed a Tony Robins fan in the movie Shallow Hall in 2001—the year she started dating Tony.

The pair met for the first time during one of his seminars. At the time, she was married to Canadian businessman John Lynch, who alleged that Tony and Sage were dating while she was still married to him. He also sued the self-help guru or "alienation of affection" on the grounds that he used his reputation and career to lure his then-wife.

Later, Tony sued both The Vancouver Sun and Sage's ex-husband Lynch for their part in publishing a story that blamed him for the break up of Lunch and Sage's marriage. 

Sage married Lynch in 1992, and they separated in 1999. The court granted their divorce in 2001. Both Tony and Sage denied his allegations 

Previously, Tony was married to Rebecca Jenkins, who he also met at a seminar. They divorced in 1998.

Tony Robins cherished his wife's first mothers day in 2021

The famous motivational speaker celebrated his longtime wife, Sage Robbins' first Mother's Day after the duo welcomed their first child in April 2021.

Posting a lovely picture of his wife and their firstborn baby daughter on May 10, 2021, he encapsulated his gratitude towards his wife in the post's caption. 

The motivational speaker referred to his wife as a force of nature and stated how her fierce love, brilliance, intuition, wisdom, and grace made their home a divine place. He also claimed that he and his extended family were blessed to have Sage in their life.

Shifting his focus from the new mother to all the mothers of the world, he mentioned that Mother's Day was a day to celebrate womanhood.


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He further added there was no love like a mother's love. Finally, he ended his sweet message by wishing all mothers a happy Mother's Day. 

How is Tony Robbins' relationship with his Wife Sage?

Robbins met his wife Sage at a Hawaiian motivational seminar in 2000.

Tony Robbins with his wife Sage Robbins on 2021 Christmas Day.

Tony Robbins with his wife, Sage Robbins, on 2021 Christmas Day. (Photo: Instagram)

Mrs. Robbins' looks were enough for the author to fall in love with her, and a year later, in 2001, they eventually shared their wedding vows in Fiji.

Since then, the married couple has always been together. In addition, they are seen traveling the world together on Robbins' seminar tours. Their platforms label them as a powerful couple with a strong relationship and unconditional love. The pair say they are in a mission to teach everything they value, from love and self-love to forgiveness.

The life coach and his spouse welcomed their first child, a baby daughter, in April 2021 through surrogacy.

Robbins took to Instagram to announce the news on April 4, 2021. He revealed it was his friend who helped with the surrogacy. 

Through another Instagram post on April 18, 2021, he updated his fans about his experience of parenthood and detailed that bedhead snugs and late-night feedings had turned out to be a beautiful adventure. 

How Many Kids does Tony Robbins have?

Before Robbins welcomed a daughter with his wife Sage, he had already experienced fatherhood. He has four children from his previous relationships.

Tony Robbins spending time with his baby daughter.

Tony Robbins spending time with his baby daughter in November 2021. (Photo: Instagram)

He was in a marital relationship with Rebecca "Becky" Jenkins. He married Jenkins in 1984 and adopted her three children from her previous marriage. 

However, after 16 years together, Robbins parted ways with her. Later, he revealed that the change in core values was the reason behind their divorce.

The American writer also has a biological son named Jairek Robbins, whom he welcomed in 1984 with his former girlfriend, Liz Acosta.

Robbins' son, Jairek, follows in his father's footsteps and is now a fledgling performance coach and a motivational speaker.

Tony Robbins' unusual take on raising children

In his career spanning four decades, Robbins has spoken about various topics, from money management to facing one's fears. But perhaps one of the most intriguing among them is his opinion on raising children. 

This view was brought to light during the motivational speaker's interview with Inc. on May 16, 2017.

In the interview, the lifestyle expert mentioned that parents must be able to speak to their children in a way that would help them increase their mindset.


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He further stated parents shouldn't praise their kids by telling them how smart, beautiful, unique, perfect, or special they are but instead encourage them to focus on the hard work they did to overcome problems.

The motivational speaker believed that if parents followed this, their children would become people who prioritized hard work, effort, and persistence. He emphasized that this would help them in their personal and professional lives.

Furthermore, the philanthropist believed that children should learn and handle their family's finances, regardless of age.

On April 1, 2019, he even shared a post where he urged parents to teach their kids to handle finances at home. He reasoned that kids wouldn't be taught about it in schools.