Marshall’s work has focused on subjects who are ‘legendary’, as opposed to ‘famous’; “celebrity can be so short-lived these days, but not so with Kate.
While other celebrities have come and gone, Kate has stayed. Kate’s not just a survivor and she’s not hanging onto fame. She grows bigger, brighter and more iconic each year”.
So it is with much anticipation that this collection was launched on 17th January 2014, her 40th birthday and the eve of her 3rd decade at the top. Signed by the artist and framed, these pieces celebrate the most famous of British supermodels.
Glen McLeod Cooper Johnson (born Glen McLeod Cooper Stephens; 23 August 1984) is an English former professional footballer who played predominantly as a right back.
Johnson began his career at West Ham United, spending time on loan at Millwall, and was signed by Chelsea for a £6 million fee after West Ham's relegation in 2003. He helped Chelsea win the 2004–05 Premier League title and the 2005 League Cup Final. In June 2006, Johnson joined Portsmouth on loan for the 2006–07 season. Following a successful season on loan at Fratton Park, Johnson joined Pompey permanently for a fee of around £4 million.
Johnson played 99 times for Portsmouth and played in the 2008 FA Cup Final as Portsmouth beat Cardiff City 1–0. Johnson moved to Liverpool in the summer of 2009 for a £17.5 million fee. Johnson spent six seasons at Anfield making 200 appearances which included victory in the 2012 League Cup Final. He joined Stoke City in July 2015 on a free transfer.
Johnson has also been capped 54 times by the England national team since 2003, and was selected in England's squads for the 2010 and 2014 FIFA World Cups and UEFA Euro 2012. He announced his retirement on 21 January 2019.
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