baby bumps so she can accurately portray the Duchess of Cambridge throughout her pregnancy.Proving an intense devotion to her craft, Kate Middleton impersonator Heidi Agan has purchased a series of fake
Agan, a former waitress, is already the single mother of two, but her responsibilities as a royal lookalike call for her to wear a prosthetic baby bump. “As Kate grows, I will too—to be authentic I thought it was important,” Agan tells BBC News.
Though Agan didn't provide any dollar figures, the average run-of-the-mill fake baby bump made from silicone costs upwards of $600, and can be found in the dark corners of the online retail industry. Agan has had several sizes custom-made so she can portray the Duchess at all stages of her pregnancy. It hasn’t been an easy task, as Kate, now five months pregnant, has yet to make the transition into maternity wear.
"It's difficult at the moment as she's not big enough yet to change her entire wardrobe so it's difficult to see how she's going