Natalie Halcro is one of the many models who got a taste of fame right from an early stage. She was only twelve when she launched her career and at sixteen, she landed her first deal as a professional model with NEXT, one of the top brands in fashion.
Her career has grown to greater heights over time with more top brands like Macy’s, Avon, Nike and others clamoring for her for their campaigns. In her right as a runway model, Natalie has walked the ramp in many countries and cities including Milan, France, Cape Town, and London. She also has a few commercials under her belt which she did for renowned companies like Nissan, Mazda, Marshalls, and Old Navy.
In addition to being a Canadian-American professional model, Natalie Halcro is also a television personality and fashion blogger who co-founded a fashion blog named Jerome – her cousin Olivia Pierson is her partner in the business. She also keeps her more than 250 thousand fans coming back for more with her make-up and hair tutorials which she puts on her YouTube channel Nat+Liv.
Natalie Halcro’s Bio, Age
The gorgeous model was born on February 2, 1988, in Langley, Canada. While her nationality is Canadian, she is of Caucasian ethnicity. There is limited information about her family but the little we have explains that her father’s name is Jim Halcro and he used to work as a firefighter but is now retired. Also, Natalie has two siblings from her parents – Joel and Stephanie and the family is a close-knit one.
For now, there are no details about her educational background including the various institutions she attended. However, it is clear that she went into the mainstream of modeling at the age of twelve and was already making waves in the industry at sixteen. Her breakthrough follows a deal she struck with NEXT as after her professional modeling career kicked off. She also graced the runway in different cities in her capacity as a runway model.
Aside from the runway, Natalie has also showcased her skills in commercials and campaigns for different brands including Salon Gafix, Mazda, Cache, La Senza, Bebe Sport, Marshalls and a lot more. The model has also graced the commercials for Nissan, Mazda, Marshalls, and Old Navy. She has appeared on WAGS on E! network.
In addition to her career as a model, Natalie Halcro is the co-founder of a fashion blog that goes by the name Jerome. She joined forces with her cousin who also appeared on the WAGS to create the blog. She displays her makeup prowess through her YouTube channel – Nat+Liv which boasts over one million views from subscribers of more than 240,000. Likewise, her social media accounts are buzzing with more than two million followers on Instagram and over 37,000 fans on Twitter.
Natalie Halcro is a lover of animals, especially dogs which explains her involvement in the Vanderpump Dogs Foundation Gala. The event which took place on November 3, 2016, and garnered funds which went into animal welfare and other issues like, rescuing dogs around the globe, building a rescue facility as well as an adoption center for the dogs that would be rescued. The model has her own dog which she named Monkey.
Though she is good at what she does, the model is yet to receive awards. Both her salary and net worth are not available for public scrutiny.
Does Natalie Halcro Have A Boyfriend?
Might be hard to believe but the Canadian beauty appears to be currently single. Nevertheless, she once dated former American footballer, Shaun Phillips. Though their relationship started in 2012, the couple later called it off and now, Natalie is presumed to be single or perhaps she is not ready to share whoever she is dating currently with the public.
Family Life of The Canadian Model
Natalie is quite close to the members of her family. She is the daughter of Jim (father) and has two siblings – a brother whose name is Joel and a sister – Stephanie. Apart from her immediate family, the model is also close to her cousins and has confessed that she loves to enjoy her holidays, especially Christmas with her family members.
Hopefully, when she gets married, the family tree will grow some more.