“Every expectant mother should have the confidence that their baby will be looked after with the best medical equipment and training, regardless of personal circumstance.
As an Ambassador for the Monitoring for Mums appeal to raise £5 million for maternity and neonatal monitoring equipment, I ask you all to support such an amazing campaign that will make such a difference to our mothers and babies.”
Born in Lautoka, Fiji Nathan moved to New Zealand when he was 17 on a school scholarship to play rugby. After finishing high school, he was signed into the Auckland Rugby Academy, and played his first professional rugby match in 2011 for the Auckland Provincial team at the age of 20.
In 2013 Nathan decided to move to the United Kingdom to further pursue his professional career with Wasps, who were at the time based in London.
Nathan got married in 2014 back in Fiji, and the following year his wife gave birth to their first son in New Zealand.
After moving to the Midlands in 2016, resulting from the move of Wasps to Coventry, Nathan made his international debut for England Rugby at the end of the year, coming off the bench against South Africa.
Nathan and his wife are expecting their second child, a girl, in November 2017.