Manchester United forward, Marcus Rashford, has added yet another achievement to his already heavy list.
The Englishman, alongside model and mental health activist, Adwoa Aboah, have been chosen as cover stars for the September issue of Vogue magazine, which is intended to spotlight a number of activists, who have helped bring some change to society.
The upcoming edition is also important because it was shot by Misan Harriman– the first black photographer to shoot a cover for British Vogue.
Rashy received massive commendations recently, for his role in making the UK government extend the school meal voucher scheme, after initially trying to stop it. He also recently raised millions to feed underprivileged kids across the country.