Kate Middleton lookalike Heidi Aghan reveals how she went from waitress to a single mother to travel

Kate Middleton’s most realistic UK lookalike reveals how she scoots Zara and TK-Max to keep up with the royals’ wardrobe – and can’t go out without being asked for a selfie

  • Heidi Agan, a 40-year-old mother of two, from Northamptonshire, started working as Kate’s husband in 2012, before signing with Susan Scott Localix agency in London.
  • Heidi has arrived in Australia and can get “thousands” for doing a few hours’ work
  • Zara, TK Maxx and liExpress explore to keep up with Kate, 39, but ‘can’t handle paying attention all the time’
  • She noticed that Kate “always licks her lips at Westminster Abbey” – and that the halo lines in her dresses have been less than ever lately.










The woman has been described as ‘the UK’s most realistic’ Kate Middleton lookalike” revealed how Zara, TK Maxx and liExpress are exploring to keep up with Kate, 39, but she “can’t handle the attention all the time.”

Heidi Agan, a 40-year-old mother of two, from Northamptonshire, started working as Kate’s husband in 2012, before contracting with London-based agency Susan Scott Localex, transitioning from a single mother who works as a waitress to flights around The world is asked to do so. To take selfies by strangers.

Now Heidi is flying farther from Australia and could pay ‘thousands’ to do half a day’s work, and she has to keep a close eye on royal body language, noting that Kate is ‘always licking her lips at Westminster Abbey’ – and her dresses have fallen in size ever at recent days.

Talking to my london newsShe said she’s often mistaken for Kate and asked for a photo: “I don’t want to have that all the time – I don’t want to be her – but the snapshot of her life is really cool.”

Heidi Agan, a 40-year-old mother of two, from Northamptonshire, started working as Kate’s husband in 2012, before signing with London-based agency Susan Scott Localix.

Now Heidi (seen with a lookalike and her friend Mary Reynolds) has been flown to Australia and could pay

Now Heidi (seen with a lookalike and her friend Mary Reynolds) has been flown to Australia and could pay “thousands” to do half a day’s work. She revealed how she’s been exploring Zara, TK Maxx and liExpress to keep up with Kate, 39, but she “can’t handle the attention all the time”.

Revealing her work schedule is as hectic as Kate’s, she said “no two jobs are the same” and she could 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 will re-wear, or color blocking that I can wear on multiple occasions.

“When you’re wearing something from Zara, you hop in the car and you go and find it.”

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

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

The Omega of Cambridge wears a hard hat and protective clothing while visiting the Tata steel mill in Port Talbot, South Wales on February 4, 2020.

Heidi wears a hard hat and impersonates Kate

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

Heidi was spotted with a Prince William lookalike - revealed how Zara, TKMAX and Lee Express are exploring to keep up with Kate

Heidi was spotted with a Prince William lookalike – revealed how Zara, TKMAX and Lee Express are exploring to keep up with Kate

But with the recent trend of the bottom line, Heidi admits that a lot of her clothes are now “redundant.”

Keen to maintain a balance between her work and home life, Heidi debunks the misconception that lookalikes are ‘attention-seeking’.

Explaining that she “dos the job and then goes home,” she added, “I think there’s a huge misconception about look-alikes, and they’re walking around looking like this person all the time, trying to get attention. That’s not what’s going on.”

Heidi and the likeness of Prince William are seen standing in the sunken gardens of Kensington Palace

Heidi and the likeness of Prince William are seen standing in the sunken gardens of Kensington Palace

Heidi says the Queen's lookalike and friend Mary Reynolds was a wonderful teacher and has been doing it for 30 years

Heidi says the Queen’s lookalike and friend Mary Reynolds was a wonderful teacher and has been doing it for 30 years

Pictured: Looks like Prince Charles, the Queen, Prince George, Kate Middleton, Princess Charlotte and Prince William from left to right

Pictured: Looks like Prince Charles, the Queen, Prince George, Kate Middleton, Princess Charlotte and Prince William from left to right

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