In an interview with The Weekly, the host of reality series, When Love Comes to Town, says life has changed dramatically since having daughter Olivia in February last year.
"It’s gone by in a flash," she says. "I try to enjoy every little moment with Olivia.
"I'm absolutely loving being a mum. I feel very blessed to have a healthy little girl and to be living on the coast [Gold Coast]," she adds.
But the 37-year-old, who is married to property developer, Jack Ray, says there are "no plans at this stage for a brother or sister for Olivia".
Instead, she is busy juggling her work for Nine News on the Gold Coast and raising her 18-month-old daughter.
"I have the best of both worlds," she says. "But as any mum will tell you it's about finding that balance."
"As a mum there is nothing more important to me than protecting kids and I am proud to support the amazing work that Bravehearts does," says Natalie.
This year Bravehearts has launched a selfie campaign called #whoRUprotecting? to help raise awareness and protect the one in five Australian children who are sexually assaulted before their 18th birthday.
Natalie says she will be wearing white on camera next Friday to support the campaign.
"Getting involved in White Balloon Day by donating or raising awareness or uploading a selfie is so simple and will make such a big difference to the support services that Bravehearts provides in the community," adds Natalie.
"If we all just do one thing for White Balloon Day, no matter how small it may seem, we can help protect our children."
White Balloon Day is Bravehearts' key fundraising and awareness initiative held during National Child Protection Week, which aims to put an end to child sexual assault in the community.