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NATALIE Cameron wasn't able to toast being in business for 21 years with a nice glass of sparkling because she is pregnant.
The NRC Communications founder, who celebrated her 43rd birthday on Wednesday, revealed last week that she and fiancé Wade Harrison are expecting a baby boy in February.
Cameron has a five-year-old daughter while Wade has two children.
The businesswoman started NRC Communications in her Dennis Road, Subiaco home 21 years ago when she was just 21years-old before moving to an office space on Rokeby Road. THERE was no sledging in women’s cricket when Peta Verco played for Australia in the 1970s and ’80s.
But Verco, who played 13 test matches for Australia, revealed at the WACA season launch last week that she did try and put the poms off their game ahead of the 1984-85 Ashes.
“I had to billet two of the English girls until two days before the Ashes started,” she said.
“I lived in the Swan Valley so tried to get them lost out there but that didn't work.” Australia won that Ashes crown 2-1. Verco played alongside now WACA chief executive Christina Matthews and described her as a “chirpy” wicket keeper.
“She gave lots of advice, especially to the batters,” she said.
Natalie Cameron in her first home office.
Yuko Takahashi receiving her prize from Mayor Jock Barker.