Kate Middleton lookalike calls for wild conspiracy theories to be ‘put to bed’ and reveals she has had to give people an ‘alibi’ after Royal couple’s farm shop sighting

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Britain’s ‘most realistic’ Kate Middleton lookalike has called for wild conspiracy theories about the Princess Of Wales to be ‘put to bed’.

Professional lookalike Heidi Agan, who has made an income from impersonating the royal for more than a decade, has been repeatedly hit by wild online claims that it was actually her in a farm shop video of Prince William and Kate.

Appearing on The Morning Show on Friday, Agan, 43, said: ‘It’s been absolutely insane. Obviously I’ve been doing a lot of interviews, giving people my alibi about my whereabouts.

‘So, yeah, it’s been a little crazy. The conspiracy theorists have kept me busy for the past few days.

‘I think the whole conspiracy thing, it needs to be put to bed now. It sure does,’ she added.

Britain’s ‘most realistic’ Kate Middleton lookalike has called for wild conspiracy theories about the Princess Of Wales to be ‘put to bed’ during an appearance on The Morning Show 

The video in question, which was published by The Sun on Monday, shows Kate carrying a shopping bag and walking from a farm shop with her husband in Windsor – the first footage of the future queen since her abdominal surgery in January.

Heidi said she was working her day job as head of a theatre and musical school when the video was taken on Saturday but admitted people refuse to believe her despite her alibi.

She went on: ‘Still people don’t believe me, I was at my day job! [working at a dancing, theatre and musical school]. I was there all day with the kids, there was tons of witnesses, I definitely was not in Windsor.’

Heidi is known as Britain's 'most realistic' Kate Middleton lookalike

Kate Middleton is pictured in May 2023

Heidi (left) is known as Britain’s ‘most realistic’ Kate Middleton lookalike and has made an income impersonating the Princess of Wales (right in May 2023) for more than a decade

Professional lookalike Heidi Agan has been hit by wild online claims that it was her in a farm shop video of Prince William and Kate and has repeatedly denied the conspiracy theories

Professional lookalike Heidi Agan has been hit by wild online claims that it was her in a farm shop video of Prince William and Kate and has repeatedly denied the conspiracy theories 

Heidi often works with Prince William lookalike Simon Watkinson, and admitted the pair have had a ‘laugh’ about the speculation as she brushed off the wild theories.

‘[Simon] is a good friend of mine, yeah, and we both had a laugh about this. You know, we’re working together tomorrow, as well,’ she said.

‘You know, we’ve had a few good chats about this whole situation and, yeah it’s been good for business [as lookalikes].’

Heidi was also jokingly asked by host Larry Emdur if she had ever been hired by the Royal Family as a body double, which she firmly denied.

‘Oh, I wish. No, not at all. That would be like a dream job, for sure, wouldn’t it? But, no, definitely not,’ she said.

To mark Mother's Day, Kensington Palace posted a photo of the Princess of Wales with her three children on their official social media platforms on Sunday March 10

To mark Mother’s Day, Kensington Palace posted a photo of the Princess of Wales with her three children on their official social media platforms on Sunday March 10

It is not the first time Heidi has addressed the farm shop video as she previously said she believes ‘it’s time’ for members of the public to leave Kate alone. 

‘I think she’s fine, she’ll be coming back after Easter like Kensington Palace says but until then she needs to recover and heal,’ she said.

Heidi previously revealed how she trawls Zara and TK Max to keep up with Kate’s expensive wardrobe, and cannot go outside without being asked for a selfie.

The royal impersonator has worked as a Kate lookalike professionally at parties, meets and greets and other gigs since 2012.

Kate was last seen on Christmas Day 2023 with her family attending church at Sandringham before undergoing abdominal surgery in January

Kate was last seen on Christmas Day 2023 with her family attending church at Sandringham before undergoing abdominal surgery in January

Amid the conspiracy theories, the shopper who filmed the Prince and Princess of Wales at the farm shop has also rubbished claims it was not Kate in the footage.

Nelson Silva, 40, said he saw the Princess of Wales ‘with my own eyes’ and slammed cruel conspiracy theory trolls as ‘delusional’.

Former England cricket star Kevin Pietersen, 43, also hit out at the ‘absolutely absurd’ and ‘bulls**t’ conspiracy theories and admitted he sees the Prince and Princess of Wales ‘most days’.

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