English professional snooker player Stuart Bingham is a happily married family man.

He is married to Michelle Shabi, and together, they live with their three children in their house in Basildon District Council, England.

Bingham tied the knot with Michelle Shabi in May 2013, and the wedding ceremony was held in Cyprus. Later, the couple spent their honeymoon at Thailand's second-largest island, Koh Samui.

Interestingly, the wedding was rescheduled due to a clash with the Betfair World Championship, which Bingham was a part of.

Besides, the couple had already welcomed a son named Shae, born in 2011, before the marriage. But that was not a problem for them, as they married a couple of years after the birth of their son.

Likewise, Bingham also adopted a daughter named Tegan, born from his wife Shabi's previous marriage.

Bingham and his wife were again blessed with their second child together [the third child in the family] when Shabi gave birth to Marnie Rose on January 15, 2017.

And all that makes Bingham more of a family man. Whether that be celebrating birthdays, anniversaries, and festivals, he is always there for his family.

On one instance, he showed how he celebrated Christmas with his wife and children, posting an adorable family picture on Instagram in 2020.

"Merry Christmas everyone. Love from the Binghams," he captioned the picture.

Besides enjoying quality time with his family, he is a responsible father, too. When his son Shae was sick and admitted to the hospital on July 8, 2018, he took care of him. He held an ice cream for his son while they watched football.

Stuart Bingham and his son enjoying a muller light watching the football from his hospital bed.

Stuart Bingham and his son enjoying a muller light watching the football from his hospital bed. (Photo: Stuart Bingham's Instagram)

In return, Bingham's family equally loves and supports him, too. His family has seen him taste both victory and failure.

After winning the 2018 English Open, Bingman fondly expressed his joys for being able to have his wife and family by his side in one of his glorious moments.

It was unbelievable to win the English Open and celebrate with my family. My wife was in Clacton, where we have a caravan, with the kids for the last few days. She was going to leave our youngest child with a friend but I said I wanted her to come because if I won I wanted a picture with all of them.

The Basildon native is also the winner of the 2015 World Snooker Championship held at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield, England. At the age of 20, he won the 1996 IBSF World Snooker Championship as an amateur. 

He got remarkable achievements on his career in 2012. He won numerous tournaments during the year, including Premier League, Pink Ribbon Pro-Am, and Wuxi Classic. 

He claimed the Haining Open in the second event of an Asian Tour in 2014. Similarly, he won the non-ranking Championship League title in 2015.

Bingham was born on May 21, 1976, in the largest town of Essex, Basildon. His parents are Eddie Bingham (father) and Maureen Bingham (mother). He attended Barnstable School to pursue his high school education.