Now Magazine – OUT NOW!
Signed a few copies of these today… Don’t forget to take a look at the 2 page spread…
I said to Jodie, ‘we would never need to go on a first date’. I think we have been through every possible experience experience together!-too true
Its fair to say I’m very far behind on the blogging front! This weeks jobs have ranged, from getting yogurt thrown on my face (Onken), mobbed by tourists at Trafalgar Square (Fox News), proposing outside Buck Palace (Travel Magazine),tearing around in a mini (Smallcarbigcity) to drinking champagne in a bath with Jodie (NOW Magazine), and a couple of secret jobs. Yet another stupidly busy week ahead tied in with the fact that I’m moving home…not ideal. Not long to go till this manic month is over however!
This isn’t the first time I’ve heard that, in fact this is why this particular headline caught my eye. Only it is aimed at the official commemorative coin to mark the engagement of Prince William and Kate Middleton rather than any of the Kate Middleton lookalikes that I’ve worked with.
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Its great to see William has more hair but I’m not convinced of the artist’s depiction of the upper part of Kate’s face. To be honest, how often do you really take notice of whats on a coin? This might be why I end up with so many foreign coins, when people are handing me change!
A friend of mine, who happens to be a dead ringer for Sara Cox (only much hotter) rung me up asking, ‘why I am I reading about you…again?!’ Only this time it was a double page spread on Jodie Bredo in last weeks edition of NOW magazine. Really pleased for Jodie, its not often that you get a double page spread on your own story. Im quoted as saying, ‘she is the best Kate Middleton lookalike around’ and I still stick by that.
Jodie and I have some up and coming work to undertake in the months leading up to the big day including an appearance at an awards ceremony where they want a Kate & Wills in the room.
Kate will also be joining William in one of Madame Tussuad’s room in the later part of the year as it will take a period of four months to create the wax work.