A WOMAN who has an enviable figure, an Audi Q5 and a walk-in wardrobe is hoping her legacy will live on, it has emerged.
Joanna Kramer, 42, is hoping to be remembered as a woman who attained middle-class living perfection long after the dust settles on her Alessi kitchen utensils.
Kramer said: “It’s been an incredibly tough journey and one that by no-means is over but I think the wet room I’ve had built mixes enough style with utility to make generations to come proud.
“In a world that’s constantly changing it’s almost impossible to know if you’ve chosen the right kitchen counter. But I strongly believe when the children look back they’ll think marble matched their mother’s brand values.
“Who knows what the future holds? Last year it was skinny jeans now a looser fit is back in. But style is a small part of my legacy compared with the hundreds of online petitions I’ve signed.
“They’re a bloody nuisance but it’s part of my legacy, that and my pinterest boards.”
Kramer added: “Will they remember me as ‘the Michelangelo of the middle-class’? It’s my Twitter and Instagram handle so hopefully.”