Australian journalist and television presenter Elizabeth Ryan, professionally known as Liz Hayes, has married thrice in her life. However, despite multiple marriages, she still has to live without children in her life.

Keep reading to know 60 Minutes reporter's whole personal life story along with her age, net worth, and salary details.

Liz Hayes Married Three Times In Her Life

In her professional life, Liz Hayes has interviewed various renowned actors regarding their marriage and divorce stories. In that process, she has given relationship advice as well. But in her personal life, she still struggles with creating her own beautiful love story.

The Australian reporter has been married three times in her life. She first got married to Brian Hayes, a builder, in her hometown of Taree. He had brought her to Sydney and supported her career, but they separated after a few years of marriage.

And later in February 1991, she was briefly married to the advertising entrepreneur John Singleton as his fourth wife. However, their relationship didn’t even last for a year, and they got divorced that December. She still maintains a close friendship with him.

As for her third marriage, she has been married to former 60 Minutes soundman Ben Crane for nearly two decades now.

She Is Presently Married To Ben Crane

The TV presenter and her partner have been together for more than a decade already. However, she has not revealed much about her husband and they have not made any public appearances.

According to Crane's LinkedIn profile, he has been working as a sound recordist for a Sydney-based company named The Yellow Folder PTY LTD since 2010.

Liz Hayes Has No Children

Liz doesn’t have any children of her own, and it’s the most hurtful matter for the journalist. She hates how people assume that she doesn’t like children and she prioritizes her job only.

In an interview with The Sydney Morning Herald back in 2014, Liz shared the reasons behind not bearing any children to date. She explained that it was not her career but the bad timing that she had in her past with her ex-husbands.

It certainly wasn't based on career, it had a lot to do with bad timing. My history will show I've had too many husbands. Things don't work out and opportunities go by.

She also talked about the unkind things people say about childless women. She says the unacceptable presumption is wrong.

Unkind things are said to some women about not having children. Why do we hammer other women, our sisters, about those kinds of areas, which are deeply personal and horribly difficult for some?

How Old Is Liz Hayes? Has She Undergone Plastic Surgery?

New South Wales native was born on May 23, 1956. Since the journalist is aging, there is a lot of curiosity amongst people to know if she has ever gone under the knife. Well, the answer is no.

While speaking to The Sydney Morning Herald magazine, she disclosed that she had never felt like visiting her nearest plastic surgeon. She also accepted the fact that  she is no beauty queen and has plenty of wrinkles.

Being a woman hasn't been an issue and I've not been made to feel like I need to go to my nearest plastic surgeon. I'm 57, so it's really too late. Who cares at this point? This is me. - Liz said in 2014

Liz Hayes Career in Journalism

Liz initiated her journalism career as a cadet journalist on the local Manning River Times newspaper as an assistant editor. The veteran journalist then went on to briefly work for New Idea and TV Week before working as a reporter for Network Ten's Eyewitness News.

At the age of 25, she was signed to the Nine Network, presenting the National Nine News in 1981. In 1986, Liz was also appointed by Today Australia as a co-host and stayed until 1996.

She joined 60 Minutes, the most significant break of her career, as a reporter in 1996 and still serves in the position.

Her Salary & Net Worth Discussed

A journalist with experience of over 4 decades, she has not publicized her salary details or her net worth figures to date.

That being said, Dailymail reported in May 2020 that Liz Hayes earns $500,000 annually as her salary for hosting Channel Nine's 60 Minutes show. Now, that suggests that she is defiantly earning a big number even at the age of 64.