Kate Middleton lookalike says she can’t work with ‘Harry’ or ‘Meghan’ anymore

A Kate Middleton look-a-like is fearing for her career after the controversy surrounding Prince Harry's book and he and wife Meghan Markle's Netflix docuseries.

The pair have been plastering themselves all over the media in recent months, with the former hell-bent on telling his side of Royal stories in a series of tell-all interviews as all as his tell-all memoir, Spare.

Despite the book not officially coming out until tomorrow (January 10), several leaks accompanied with the interviews has seen the rift with brother Prince William and sister-in-law Meghan Markle widen.

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And it has now emerged that a Kate Middleton doppleganger, who works as a look-a-like for the Princess of Wales might never be able to work with fellow doubles of the controversial Duke and Duchess of Sussex..

Speaking to Birmingham Live, 42-year-old Heidi Agan, who is often asked to appear with her fake husband and fake sister and brother-in-law as part of a “fab four” appearance, said: “It's sad we don't get to work with our Harry and Meghan anymore.

“We're this strange alternate family – we all get on and are friends, so when that happens we don't get to work with them anymore.

“It does have an impact on what we do. Everybody asks me what do you think about Meghan.

“We don't really know, we only know snippets, nobody will ever know the full story, it's difficult to make an informed opinion.

“It's divided people at a time where there doesn't need to be more division. They've said their piece, so best of luck to them and I hope they can find their happiness.”

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The look-a-like, who has appeared on the United States-based ABC News, as well as the UK's BBC and ITV, explained how she has a slightly more unique perspective than most of the chaos.

Because of her American husband, she finds herself being “a little bit sympathetic” to Harry and Meghan – a far cry from the real Kate Middleton.

She added: “I think that Harry and Meghan have probably been misunderstood.

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“Because I've got an American husband, I'm a little bit sympathetic, because Americans can be a little bit more dramatic than the British, (but) as British we've found it difficult to swallow, a lot of what she says.

“It's a family drama that doesn't need to be played out for all to see – I don't think the Royal Family should comment as it's a private matter.

“We also have this misconception that they're our family and we want them to be happy and so it's probably unnerving for us all."

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