Is this Queen Elizabeth II of Britain with her grandsons Prince William and Prince Harry? Don't let your eyes fool you -- this trio brings new meaning to the term "pretender to the throne"!
Mary Reynolds, Andy Walker and Harry Pennels are dead ringers for the royals, and everywhere they go they cause passersby to do a double take. The three are making their resemblance work to their advantage -- raking in the dough in appearance fees posing as the elite British family.
Andy says that Prince William's recent engagement to Kate Middleton has sent his business through the roof. He quit his job as a security manager last week and he hopes to earn a half a million dollars this year pretending to be William. "Since the engagement, it's pretty much full time at the minute, so hopefully it will last like that for a little while," Andy shares. The William lookalike actually has a real-life royal connection -- he played rugby against Prince Harry when he was younger!
Harry, who shares the same name as the prince he resembles, had the adventure of a lifetime when a British magazine sent him along with a William lookalike to Las Vegas to see if anyone would catch on. "Basically [we] tried to see how much we could con the Americans that we were the real deal. And so we'd go into restaurants and asked them to turn the music off and play the national anthem, and they did that, and just ordering meals at restaurants. You know, not having to pay 'cause princes don't carry money."
Helen Mirren, who won an Oscar for her portrayal of the British monarch, has nothing on Mary, who at age 77, has been dutifully impersonating the Queen for a whopping 22 years.
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