29 Jan '11, 1am

Anyone planning to be in London for Prince William's wedding on 29 April?

Anyone planning to be in London for Prince William's wedding on 29 April?

Ms Bevan, 21, and Mr Walker, 25, are among dozens of young people making a living - a career, even - out of pretending to be the royals. With the couple's April 29 wedding day fast approaching, demand is surging for Kate and Wills lookalikes for corporate parties, TV commercials and PR events. That is great for model agencies, but here is the problem: There are plenty of adequate Kates, but hardly a good William in sight. It seems it is extremely challenging for amateur actors to capture the unusual blend of royal confidence and humility that William projects.

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