Dymna was married to an artist Wiesław Dymny from 1973 until his death in 1978. She often emphasized the impact her first husband had on her, owing to his colourful personality. On the 20th anniversary of his death, she asked Big Cyc, the favourite band of her son, to write three songs on the basis of Wiesław Dymny's texts.
She remarried in 1983 to Zbigniew Szota and they had a son, Michał (born 1986). They divorced in 1989. Later on she got married for the third time. Her current husband, Krzysztof Orzechowski, is an actor and theatre director.
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