Natalie Glebova holds a degree in marketing and information technology management from Ryerson University in Toronto.
She was the subject of a feature profile in the Eyeopener, a Ryerson University campus newspaper, when she was starting out as a model and contestant. When she won the Miss Universe title in June of 2005, Eyeopener staff put a congratulatory note on the newspaper’s website saying they owed her a beer.
Misinterpreation of a rarely-invoked Toronto by-law that explicitly rules out beauty contests in the city’s Nathan Phillip Square prevented her from dedicating a Thai festival as Miss Universe in the summer of 2005. Mayor David Miller later apologized.
Married Thai tennis pro Paradorn Srichaphan in a ceremony held in the Oriental Hotel Bangkok, Thailand on November 29, 2007 (Engaged in April 2007 in Bali, Indonesia). Joined The Amazing Race Asia 3.
In February 2007, Natalie published her first book Healthy Happy Beautiful.
In February 2007 Glebova became a brand ambassador for Better Vision.
In May 2007 Natalie Glebova was appointed as Brand Beauty Ambassador for ICC International, the producer of BSC cosmetics.
Separated from her husband of 3 years Paradorn Srichaphan.  Is the global brand ambassador for Canadian Ice Diamonds and BSC Cosmetics.  Her face is frequently seen in Goldsmiths Jewelry stores throughout the UK promoting Canadian Ice. Along with being the face for numerous premium brands, Natalie is developing a line of specialized skin care products using all natural ingredients from around the world specifically the Black Sea area of Russia where she grew up.