Natalie Pinkham – born 21st September 1978 – is a Formula One pit lane reporter for Sky Sports F1, having held the same post for BBC Radio 5 Live in 2011.
She is also known for hosting Police Interceptors Special Edition on 5*. She appeared on Live from Studio Five as a guest presenter, and is a regular panellist on The Wright Stuff.
Pinkham has also fronted two documentaries, The Lost Orphan: In Search of Mirela (in which she retraced her steps in Romania from a decade earlier to find a child she used to look after as a volunteer) and then three years later The Lost Orphan: A Home For Mirela (which followed Natalie as she raised the funds to build a specially adapted home for Mirela and 11 other severely disabled children; after discovering Mirela tied to a radiator and profoundly damaged from years in a state run institution.)
Pinkham is married to Owain Walbyoff, who is Managing Director at Endemol Games. In November 2010, the couple became engaged, and married in Portugal in July 2012.
On 17 January 2015, Pinkham gave birth to their first child, a son named Wilfred Otto Walbyoff.
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