- Naoko redirects here. If you were looking for the character in the Generation II games, see Kimono Girl.
Natalie, along with her older sister, runs a Flower shop near the lake of the Lotad. When Ash and his friends were playing at the lake with the Lotad, Natalie told them to come with her to get lectured. But instead of them being lectured, she got lectured by her older sister Nicole for being rude to the travelers. When Natalie saw how Brock treated her sisters with more kindness, she got a bit jealous, showing that she had a crush on him.
Afterwards, wherever Brock went, Natalie was always next to him, willing to do whatever Brock wanted or needed. Natalie's infatuation for Brock also got her into trouble when she decided to search for a Sitrus Berry by herself, thinking that it would help Brock achieve his goal as a Master Breeder. After finding a Sitrus Berry, Natalie suddenly got attacked by a Beedrill. Brock came to the rescue and saved Natalie from danger.
At the end of the episode, Natalie gave Brock a list of Berries and their effects on Pokémon, which she promised to do earlier in the episode.
Brock mentioned Natalie again in Berry, Berry Interesting, showing that he still had the book she gave him.
Taken care of
|Natalie and her sisters have multiple Lotad that are mostly used to help out in their flower shop. One of them was given to Brock. They first appeared when Ash and his friends were freaked out by them but found out they were harmless, they then showed them a dazzling performance using their Water Gun. Later they were captured by Team Rocket in their boat mecha, but with the help of Pikachu and a powerful Lotad, they were able to be set free and Team Rocket were sent blasting off.|
|Debut||The Lotad Lowdown|
- Natalie, along with Wilhelmina, Temacu, Lucy, Holly, Autumn, and Narissa, is one of the few females who have fallen in love with Brock.
- She, along with Autumn are the younger of three sisters and fell in love with Brock after seeing him flirting with their sisters.
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