Natalie Walker is the accomplished businessman Sir Malcolm Walker’s new wife. The Walker couple tied the knot in August last year.
Born Malcolm Conrad Walker, Malcolm Walker is an English entrepreneur. He is the Executive chairperson and founder of Iceland Foods Ltd.
The Yorkshire native identified retailing as the way to make a fortune and worked as a trainee manager at Woolworths.
With just £30 in startup capital and one modest storefront in Oswestry selling loose frozen food, Iceland was established as a business in 1970.
By April 2000, Iceland became a food Company with sales of billions of pounds.
Walker received a knight bachelor designation in the 2017 Queen’s Birthday Honours for his charity, business, and retail contributions.
Besides his business career, Malcolm also had a happy and blissful marriage with Rhianydd Walker until she died in 2021. The businessman has a new lady in his life. Who is Malcolm Walker’s current wife, Natalie Walker?
Who Is Sir Malcolm Walker New Wife Natalie?
Natalie Walker is the second and new wife of renowned entrepreneur Sir Malcolm Walker.
According to the official website of Iceland Foods, Malcolm and Natalie tied the knot in August 2022. Walker’s new wife is entitled to be known as Lady Walker.
More information about the new Lady Walker’s family background and professions are yet to be revealed, including how she met the entrepreneur.
Before Natalie, Malcolm was happily married to Rhianydd Walker (Ranny) for over 50 years old. The entrepreneur’s first spouse died in January 2021.
The reason for Rhianydd’s death has not been made public. Ranny and Malcolm were childhood sweethearts and spent half a century as husband and wife. The couple welcomed three children.
All of Malcolm Walker’s children have grown up and have a family. Richard Walker – the only son of the accomplished entrepreneur – is the current managing director of Iceland Foods Ltd.
Besides being a proud Father, Malcolm Walker is also a doting grandfather to his eight grandchildren. His kids and grandkids live near Chester.
Sir Malcolm Walker’s Family And Early Life
Born on 11 February 1946, Malcolm Conrad Walker is currently 76 years old. He grew up in Grange Moor, West Yorkshire.
He attended Mirfield Grammer School. Leaving without conspicuous academic qualifications, the English businessman worked only three paid jobs. However, all of them fired him.
As stated above, Iceland Foods Ltd. was founded in 1970. The founder of the Company credits his first wife for the brand name.
The Company continued to expand each year and now has nine hundred stores over the country.
Sir Malcolm Walker’s Net Worth
The Times reported that Malcolm Walker’s fortune is £265 million.
Besides Iceland Foods, the entrepreneur has several other businesses, including food manufacturing, restaurants and property.
The Flintshire-based quoted that the frozen food Company operates 900 outlets and generates annual sales of £3 billion. Moreover, in 2017–18, profits reached £157 million.
Walker owns the Piccolino restaurant group alongside Tarsem Dhaliwal, and his stake is valued at well over £155 million. Along with other assets, he has three houses.
Malcolm’s most significant interests outside of work are his House, garden, family, fine dining, wine tasting, skiing, sailing, and shooting.
The entrepreneur was reportedly fighting a £21 million claim for a voluntary Christmas savings program that is said to have violated the minimum wage law and might result in a £21 million punishment. Walker claimed he did nothing wrong.
Furthermore, Malcolm founded the Lady Walker Fund for Dementia in his first wife’s memory. In May 2017, he donated £50,000 to the Conservative Party.