Kate Middleton lookalike Heidi Agan reveals what it's like

UK’s most realistic Kate Middleton lookalike reveals how she trawls Zara and TK Max to keep up with royal’s wardrobe – and she can’t step out without being asked for a selfie

  • Mother-of-two Heidi Agan, 40, from Northamptonshire, started working as Kate’s double in 2012, before signing to London agency Susan Scott Lookalikes
  • Heidi flown as far as Australia and can be paid ‘thousands’ to do a few hours work
  • She scouts Zara, TK Maxx and liExpress to keep up with Kate, 39, but ‘couldn’t deal with the attention all the time’
  • Has noted that Kate ‘always licks her lips at Westminster Abbey’ – and the hemlines of her dresses have got lower than ever of late
  • The woman dubbed the ‘UK’s most realistic Kate Middleton lookalike’ has revealed how she scouts Zara, TK Maxx and liExpress to keep up with Kate, 39, but ‘couldn’t deal with the attention all the time’.

    Mother-of-two Heidi Agan, 40, from Northamptonshire, started working as Kate’s double in 2012, before signing to London-based agency Susan Scott Lookalikes, and went from a single mother working as a waitress to jetting around the world and being asked for selfies by strangers.

    Now Heidi is flown as far as Australia and can be paid ‘thousands’ to do half a day’s work, and has to keep a close eye on the royal’s body language, noting that Kate ‘always licks her lips at Westminster Abbey’ – and the hemlines of her dresses have got lower than ever of late.

    Speaking to My London News, she said she is often mistaken for Kate and asked for a picture: ‘I wouldn’t want to have that all the time —I wouldn’t want to be her— but the snapshot of her life is really cool.’ 

    Mother-of-two Heidi Agan, 40, from Northamptonshire, started working as Kate's double in 2012, before signing to London-based agency Susan Scott Lookalikes

    Mother-of-two Heidi Agan, 40, from Northamptonshire, started working as Kate’s double in 2012, before signing to London-based agency Susan Scott Lookalikes

    Now Heidi (seen with Queen lookalike and friend Mary Reynolds) is flown as far as Australia and can be paid 'thousands' to do half a day's work. She revealed how she scouts Zara, TK Maxx and liExpress to keep up with Kate, 39, but 'couldn't deal with the attention all the time'.

    Now Heidi (seen with Queen lookalike and friend Mary Reynolds) is flown as far as Australia and can be paid ‘thousands’ to do half a day’s work. She revealed how she scouts Zara, TK Maxx and liExpress to keep up with Kate, 39, but ‘couldn’t deal with the attention all the time’.

    Revealing that her work schedule is as hectic as Kate’s, she says that ‘no two jobs are the same’ and she can earn anything from ‘£500 to thousands’. 

    Explaining how she keeps up with Kate’s fashion, she continued: ‘I try to invest in pieces that I think she’ll re-wear, or block colours that I can wear on multiple occasions.

    ‘When she wears something from Zara, you jump in the car and you go and find it’.

    The Duchess of Cambridge leaving Bletchley Park in 2019 wearing a £1,750 polka dot shirt dress by Alessandra Rich

    The Duchess of Cambridge leaving Bletchley Park in 2019 wearing a £1,750 polka dot shirt dress by Alessandra Rich

    uchess of Cambridge wears a hard hat and protective clothe during her visit to the Tata Steel plant in Port Talbot, south Wales on February 4, 2020

    Heidi wearing a hard hat and impersonating Kate

    Heidi is seen (right) wearing a hard hat and impersonating Kate, seen left in 2020)

    Heidi seen with Prince William lookalike - she has revealed how she scouts Zara, TK Maxx and liExpress to keep up with Kate

    Heidi seen with Prince William lookalike – she has revealed how she scouts Zara, TK Maxx and liExpress to keep up with Kate

    But with the recent trend of lower hemlines, Heidi admits that many of her clothes are now ‘redundant’. 

    And Heidi is keen to keep her work and home life balance, blasting the misconception that lookalikes are ‘attention-seekers’.

     Explaining that she ‘does the job then goes home’, she added: ‘I think there’s a huge misconception about lookalikes, that they go around looking like that person all the time, trying to seek attention. That’s not what happens.’

    Heidi and a Prince William lookalike are seen posing at the sunken gardens at Kensington Palace

    Heidi and a Prince William lookalike are seen posing at the sunken gardens at Kensington Palace

    Heidi says Queen lookalike and friend Mary Reynolds has been a great mentor and been doing it for 30 years

    Heidi says Queen lookalike and friend Mary Reynolds has been a great mentor and been doing it for 30 years

    Pictured: Lookalikes of Prince Charles, the Queen, Prince George, Kate Middleton, Princess Charlotte and Prince William left to right

    Pictured: Lookalikes of Prince Charles, the Queen, Prince George, Kate Middleton, Princess Charlotte and Prince William left to right

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