Kate Anderson

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Relationship Timeline Of Kate Anderson

Husband : Will Gompertz
Kate Anderson took the weeding vows with Will Gompertz on 1993.

Kate Anderson is famously known as the wife of Will Gompertz, who's an art editor for the British Broadcasting Corporation company, BBC News. She is also known as the daughter of Eric Anderson, a former tutor, educator, and the provost of Eton College.

Anderson was born in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. She holds a British nationality and hails from Caucasian white ethnicity. Aside from this, she is a married woman. Let's take a glimpse of Anderson's personal life.

Kate & Will's Blissful Marital Life

Kate Anderson is enjoying her married life with her husband, Will Gompertz since 1993. The couple tied the knot at an intimate ceremony and together since then. 

Kate Anderson's husband, Will Gompertz
Photo: Kate Anderson's husband, Will Gompertz at the Tate art exhibition. 
Source: Daily Mail

In addition, the couple is proud parents of four children, including three sons and a daughter. However, Kate and Will are quite protective about their kids, which might be the reason they prefer to keep them away from the limelight.

Kate's Husband, Gompertz's Net Worth - $1 Million

Anderson's soul mate, Will maintains a fruitful fortune of $1 Million as of 2019. He earns a handsome amount from his profession. Back in 2009, he received a salary of $165,284, from BBC News.

Gompertz also appeared in the comedy news game-show, Have I Got News for You, which received out of 10 by 4,081 viewers. Similarly, Lembit Opik and Ian Hislop also appear on the show.

Will's Publication Works

Kate Anderson's husband, Gompertz wrote a book, What Are You Looking At?: 150 Years of Modern Art in the Blink of an Eye on 6th September 2012. In this book, he expresses a beautiful live and accessible history of modern art by BBC Arts.

The book garnered four and a half stars out of five from 106 readers. As of now, it is listed on the price of $83.09 in hardcover, including one new ($77.08) and 12 used ($6.02). Likewise, it can also be bought at $8.80 through Kindle.

The cover of What Are You Looking At?: 150 Years of Modern Art in the Blink of an Eye
Picture: Will Gompertz wrote his first book, What Are You Looking At?: 150 Years of Modern Art in the Blink of an Eye. 
Source: Amazon

Will also published a book, Think like an artist, which received five out of five ratings. The book is about the ten greatest artists in history who bring up with extraordinary ideas in a natural way through art.

Currently, the book is listed on the price at $17.13 in hardcover, which includes 11 new ($13.20) and four used ($2.10). On the other hand, it costs $17.10, but it can be purchased at $8.25, save $8.85 (52%) through Kindle.

The cover of Think Like an Artist: . . . and Lead a More Creative, Productive Life: 10 Tips for a Happier, Smarter, More Creative Life
Frame: Will Gompertz wrote a book, Think Like an Artist: . . . and Lead a More Creative, Productive Life: 10 Tips for a Happier, Smarter, More Creative Life. 
Source: Amazon

Kate's father, Eric Anderson, also wrote a book About Eton with fellow author Adam Nicolson on 15th November 2010, which describes the environment of Eton College, excellence, and discipline of scholars.

The book further gained five out of five ratings from ratings of the viewers. Similarly, it prices at $225.94, which consists of two new ($185.23) and two used ($40.71) in hardcover.

Chasing Success through Entertainment

Anderson's husband, Gompertz, began to work as an arts correspondent for the family news talk-show, Breakfast in 2011. He later got his life turning the opportunity to work as an art editor on BBC News at Six in 2011.

Will guests appeared in the talk-show, Artsnight along with Lynn BarberLily Cole, and Armando Iannucci, among others in 2015. He then featured in the musical biographical documentary, David Bowie: Sound and Vision, in 2016. He also participated in the game-show, Pointless Celebrities, in 2017.

Check out the trailer of Tate Street Art

Gompertz also worked as a producer before pursuing his artistic career. He first produced a short documentary, Tate Street Arts starring Cedar Lewisohn under the direction of Martin Percy in 2008. His other production credits are It Must Be a Sign, The One That Spoke to Me, and many more.

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