~ Burger joint waitress, 32, earning £6 an hour quits job to become Kate Middleton lookalike after customers tell her she looks like future Queen – now she’s earning £650 a DAY
A mother-of-two has quit her job as a burger waitress to become a Duchess of Cambridge lookalike. Heidi Agan, 32, is constantly mistaken for the Duchess, in fact even her three-year-old daughter can’t tell the two women apart. She now charges up to £650 for public appearances as the future Queen.
Spot the difference: Single mother Heidi Agan has quit her job as a waitress to be a professional lookalike of the Duchess of Cambridge. She now charges up to £650 for public appearances.
Heidi decided to leave her job as a waitress at her local Frankie and Benny’s, where she earned just over £6 an hour, after customers repeatedly remarked that she looked remarkably similar to the Duchess.
‘People would come in and point at me and say “that’s her”’, says Heidi.
~ Bye bye N5000 note • Jonathan orders Sanusi to stop controversial plan
President Goodluck Jonathan on Thursday finally bowed to pressure as he directed the Governor, Central Bank of Nigeria, Mallam Lamido Sanusi, to suspend the planned introduction of N5,000 note. The Special Adviser to the President on Media, Dr. Reuben Abati, disclosed the development to State House correspondents in Abuja. Abati told journalists that Jonathan’s latest disposition to the issue was based on the need for more “enlightenment and consultation”. He said, “The introduction of the new note is being suspended for now to enable the CBN do more enlightenment on the issue.Yes, President Jonathan has directed that the implementation of the new N5,000 note be suspended for now.
~ Passengers stranded as Arik suspends domestic flights
Hundreds of local passengers were stranded at the Murtala Muhammed Airport, Lagos on Thursday as the country’s largest commercial carrier, Arik Air, decided to suspend its domestic flights after aviation union disrupted activities at the airport.