|Full Name Kyly Boldy|
Name Kyly Clarke
Height 5 ft 8 in (173 cm)
|Hair color brown|
Spouse Michael Clarke (m. 2012)
Eye color brown
|Born 9 August 1981 (age 34) (1981-08-09) |
Occupation Television Presenter, Actress, Model
Parents Yvanne Boldy, Roland Boldy
Similar People Michael Clarke, Candice Warner, Lara Worthington, Shane Watson, Mitchell Johnson
Marriage location Wolgan Valley Resort
Behind the scenes with rebel brand ambassador Kyly Clarke!
Kyly Clarke (née Boldy; born 9 August 1981) is the founder and owner (CEO) of Lyfestyled By Kyly Clarke Candle and Diffuser company (June 2015) as well as Lyfestyled.com blog (October 2014). An Australian Model, Author, Presenter and Interior Designer - Kyly is passionate about fashion, health, fitness, beauty, design and living a holistic life.
She was a presenter for The Weather Channel in Australia in 2009. Clarke has a background in modelling and acting since 1999.
Clarke won the Miss Indy 1999, Australian Swimwear Model of the Year 2002, Miss Adrenalin Sports Model of the Year 2003, Miss Hawaiian Island 2003, FHM Miss Snow Bunny 2003 and Miss Manly Warringah Sea Eagles NRL 2003. She also represented Australia overseas in the following competitions:
In 2004, Clarke trained with the Australian Theatre for Young People in Sydney furthering her skills in acting.
Clarke dated Australian cricket captain Michael Clarke for 18 months before they married on 15 May 2012 in Wolgan Valley Blue Mountains NSW. On November 19, 2015 it was announced that Kyly and Michael had welcomed their first child, Kelsey Lee. Kelsey Lee was five weeks premature.
With Interior Design a passion, Kyly completed her trade as an Interior Decorator with Sydney Design School and has since worked on a number of high value properties. Her Interior Designer passion translated in her founding her own candle and diffuser collection Lyfestyled by Kyly Clarke.
Kyly released her first book published 22nd March, 2016 called True to You and resides in Sydney, Australia with her child Kelsey-Lee and her husband former Australian Cricket Captain Michael Clarke.