This Meghan Markle Lookalike Is So Similar It's Scary

Are they twins?!
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Does Meghan Markle have a twin? Erm, no. But you'd be forgiven for thinking she does if you've ever come across US-based influencer Akeisha Varnado Land on Instagram. Don't believe us? You're going to be shookt when you see the photographic evidence.

Because while celebrity doppelgangers are everywhere nowadays, it's pretty hard to find someone who looks exactly like their would-be twin. But do you know what? This 39-year-old momstagrammer actually is a bonafide lookalike of the Duchess, who recently moved to Canada to start a new life as a "financially independent" royal alongside her husband, Prince Harry.

Akeisha, who has 187,000 followers on her account where she posts pictures of her toddler Greyson, occasionally appears in pictures with her daughter. And thanks to one recent snap, which lays bare her uncanny resemblance to the Duchess of Sussex, Akeisha has accidentally stolen the limelight.

If you want to see the similarity for yourself, just take a look at this photo, which shows Akeisha and her adorable daughter Greyson gazing into the lens. And while three-year-old Greyson is super cute, it was her mom who caught everyone's attention. So far, the image has racked up over 30,000 likes.

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Followers of the account, who are usually treated to pictures of Greyson, were quick to notice the spooky similarity. One follower commented: "I thought it was actually Meghan. Such unique resemblance!" while another said: "OMG YOU DO LOOK LIKE MEGAN MARKLE!"

Speaking to the Daily Mail, Akeisha said: "I get compared to [Meghan] quite often, and not just online. Out and about, whether at church, movie theatre, or at the grocery store...

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"I'll have random people coming up and saying, 'Has anyone ever told you that you look like...' I always giggle before they even finish saying who because I know exactly who they're going to say because I've heard it so much."


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