Sarah, a 37-year-old actress from Cheshire, started attending events as ‘Meghan’ when the real one married Prince Harry in 2018. She told : “When she got engaged my agent suggested I do some work as Meghan.”
The Meghan impersonator does have real-life links to the Duchess, however.
On one occasion, she attended a job in Surrey to act as the Duchess at a party – straight after having attended Meghan Markle’s actual wedding.
Sarah and her mother were invited to the Sussexes wedding due to the latter’s charity work and OBE honour.
Recalling the experience, the actress said she made “eye contact” with the real Duchess who seemed “really friendly.”
This year, a US mother-of-two shocked social media followers with her resemblance to Meghan.
Akeisha Land, 39, from Missouri, received thousands of likes on Instagram after users noticed she resembled Meghan.
She told she is also stopped often in public by strangers who think she is the real Duchess.
She said: “Even my close friends and family say I look like her! And even though I myself don’t see the similarities; I definitely take it as a huge compliment as she’s just drop dead gorgeous.”
In other royal news, Prince Harry appeared in a video taken in the couple’s extravagant Santa Barbara home this week.
The Duke was speaking out in support of the Gurkha Welfare Trust and Oxfam.
The video also gave viewers a rare sight into Harry and Meghan’s new home.
Though the Duke is sitting near to a wall, a window and large house plant can be seen in the background.
Prince Harry, who served alongside the Royal Gurkha Rifles during his time in the armed forces, said: “With COVID-19, the world is being pitted against a new challenge.
“One that is devastating and destructive in its own right, and I am heartened to see that, once again, the Nepalese spirit is unwavering.
“These soldiers showed me what they believe in. They showed me what their values are.”