World-famous fashion photographer Rankin has captured portraits of UK celebrities, including TV Presenter Amanda Holden and Saturday’s pop star Frankie Bridge for Asda’s Tickled Pink campaign raising money to support Breast Cancer Now and Breast Cancer Care.
They are joined by fashion darling and daughter of Rock legend Noel Gallagher, Anais Gallagher; alongside Cora Corre, model and granddaughter of Punk pioneer Dame Vivienne Westwood.
Jacqui Ritchie, British model, mother and wife of film director Guy Ritchie also stars in the campaign, as well as British actress and presenter Donna Air. British supermodel and multiple Vogue cover star, Cecilia Chancellor also stars in the campaign, which has raised £55 million so far.
Anais Gallagher says:
“It’s the first time I have joined Asda’s Tickled Pink campaign for Breast Cancer Care and Breast Cancer Now and I am so proud to be part of it.
“Every 10 minutes, someone in the UK is diagnosed with breast cancer. I’m encouraging everyone to buy Tickled Pink products to help everyone affected by breast cancer, the most common cancer in the UK.”
Amanda Holden says:
“It’s so exciting to be part of the Tickled Pink campaign this year, and amazing to know that this will encourage people to get involved in supporting the campaign this October.
“I am officially ‘Proud to be Pink’ and thrilled to support such an incredible cause.”
Frankie Bridge says:
“Breast cancer is still the most common cancer in the UK.
“I am so proud to support Asda’s Tickled Pink campaign which has transformed the work of two charities and has incredibly raised more than £55 million over the last 21 years.”
Cora Corre says:
“I'm really proud to support a cause close to my heart and celebrate the 21st anniversary. Show your support; join us and wear your T-shirt this October!”
Donna Air says:
“I am immensely proud to be part of Asda’s Tickled Pink campaign which has helped the two charities to provide support and vital research.
“I love that Tickled Pink makes it easy for people to get involved and show their support; you can even just pick up something from the range on your weekly shop.”
Cecelia Chancellor says:
“It was a pleasure and a privilege to be part of the shoot to support Asda's Tickled Pink campaign which raises money for the charities Breast Cancer Care and Breast Cancer Now.
“Please do pop into Asda to buy one of the fab Tickled Pink T shirts or other products to support this very important cause.”
Jacqui Ritchie says:
“Everybody knows somebody... Let's make sure that our loved ones are supported today and that the future generation will benefit for endless tomorrows.
Please show your support by wearing a Tickled Pink T-shirt, alongside us this October.”
Baroness Delyth Morgan, Chief Executive of Breast Cancer Now and Samia al Qadhi, Chief Executive of Breast Cancer Care said:
“We would like to thank Asda’s colleagues, customers and suppliers for all they have done to support those affected by breast cancer.
“We’re so proud of everything Asda’s Tickled Pink campaign has achieved over the past 21 years. Funds raised for Tickled Pink are vital to the work of both charities; to provide specialist support and care for people living with, through and beyond breast cancer, and to invest in world-class research to stop women dying of this devastating disease once and for all.
“It’s wonderful to see this incredible line-up of celebrities supporting Tickled Pink this year and we are thrilled to have their support in helping us to raise awareness and funds for the work of both charities.”
The campaign has been raising money for Breast Cancer Now and Breast Cancer Care for 21 years, with the funds raised helping to support people diagnosed with breast cancer and helping to progress life-saving breast cancer research. Asda’s Tickled Pink campaign has helped Breast Cancer Now and Breast Cancer Care achieve improved care, support and information for anyone affected by the disease, as well as funding vital research to help stop women dying of breast cancer in the future.