Lowe grew up in Sydney, Australia. Lowe's family lived next door to a ballroom dance studio. At age 5, Lowe began taking dance lessons after watching her older brother and sister dance. Lowe went on to become a four-time Austrlian ballroom dance champion. Beginning in , Lowe joined the cast of the ballroom dance stage show Burn the Floor. Lowe toured with the show for five years.
But after being invited back for the new series she decided that time was running out for her if she wanted to start a family. Opening up about the difficult decision to put her personal life first she said: "I just felt like I was running out of time. It was the right decision for me at this time in my life. It was as though I was competing against time and myself. Leggy Natalie is engaged to company director James Knibbs and is currently planning their wedding.
Not only is Strictly Come Dancing losing nation's sweetheart Len Goodman after he announced his retirement last year , but it is now losing one of it's longest-serving professional dancers, too! Natalie Lowe, who has been a Strictly stalwart for the last seven years, has decided against renewing her contract with the BBC show for the series. Natalie, 37, has never won the ballroom dancing show, coming close in second place with Hollyoaks ' Ricky Whittle in Speaking to the Press Association about her decision not to come back to Strictly, the Australian dancer described it as a "difficult decision" that she'd had to make: "It is with a very heavy heart that I have arrived at this decision.
Natalie believes keeping an active mind and healthy body is an essential for a fulfilled lifestyle. Her passion for fitness and health is embodied also by her endorsement of Activbod, who provide a range of pre and post exercise toiletries designed for active people. Once finished school it was a perfectly natural transition to study more about the world of skin, makeup artistry, anatomy, physiology and cosmetics. Working with over 15 of the biggest skin care companies worldwide.