A queen of the parade with Down syndrome has won an important contract with the popular beauty brand Benefit Cosmetics, after an image of her wore one of her products.
The 20-year-old blonde beauty of Co Tyrone, Northern Ireland, was crowned champion in the Teen Ultimate Beauty Of The World contest and was a model for Debenhams, a leading British retailer.
Adding to her growing list of accomplishments she is becoming the brand ambassador for Benefit cosmetics.
The beauty brand chose it after an image of Mrs. Grant with her eyeliner received a lot of love on her Instagram page.
The paper means that he will represent Benefit, a company that sells its makeup in more than 2000 stores in more than 30 countries around the world.
Ms. Grant, who reported the image to her Instagram page today, wrote next to her how last week was so amazing, thanking Benefit UK.
Her proud mother, Deirdre Grant, said she has a big push to be a supermodel. Metro UK informed
"I love her optimism and how her mother would always be there to support her in that optimism," said her mother.
"When you are young you think that the sky is the limit and with Kate she does not have the understanding that we have that there are obstacles in the way.
"She does not let obstacles get in the way or her disability gets in the way.
"She would say that Down syndrome does not define me, I'm Kate."
Since the image was published on Benefit UK's Instagram page last week, it has received almost 5,000 "likes".
"Kate is aware of that and she wants to spread knowledge about inclusion for people with disabilities and that's what she has done from the beginning."
"She is aware that she can do it in a way that some of her friends can not. She is using her voice for them.
Many social network users have praised Benefit for using the aspiring model to represent their brand.
"What an inspiring young person, thank you. Benefit for the encouraging opportunities for your models. And for incredible makeup, obviously, "a user wrote below the image.
A recent post from the cosmetics company says: "WING WOMAN WEDNESDAY. We present our first #wingwomanwednesday the gorgeous @kategrantmodel.
"We are very happy to have her as one of our Wing Women."
Instagram users also rushed to praise the model.
One wrote: "How inspiring young, thank you @benefitcosmeticsuk for the encouraging opportunities for your models! And for the amazing makeup obviously. "
Another wrote: "She is the prettiest and you are the best".
Down syndrome is caused by an extra chromosome in the cell and leads to a learning disability and, potentially, a variety of other health problems.