Kate Middleton Lookalike Speaks Out About Farm Stand Appearance Rumor

Heidi Agan, a Kate Middleton mimic for the past 12 years, has responded to claims that she posed as Middleton in Saturday's notorious video footage from a local grocery stand.

She exclusively told the UK's Mirror that she was not in the video, which shows Middleton and Prince William casually shopping and carrying produce bags at the Windsor Farm Shop near their house. 

In fact, my own social media has gone crazy because people believe it's me, but I was at work at the time, so I know it's not me. "I absolutely believe that is Kate Middleton and William in that video," Agan, 43, told The Mirror.

The video in issue, captured by an onlooker called Nelson Silva, shows Middleton and Prince William shopping on Saturday. 

The 42-year-old princess smiled from ear to ear as she carried grocery bags. She wore a sweatshirt and leggings, while William, who appeared slightly more solemn, wore a baseball cap.

Agan said that the conspiracy theories that she was filling in for Middleton on Saturday had gone too far, claiming that the public's speculation had "turned into a drama really, so it needs to stop.

"Nelson Silva, the consumer who captured the tape at the farm stand, told The Sun that the video was legitimate and featured the royals. 

He claimed, "When William turned back, I thought, 'Hold on, I know this person'. As I paid, I said to the staff, 'I guess it's them. I proceeded to my car and recorded them as they exited the shop."

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