Kate Middleton and Prince William lookalikes pose with Harry's memoir
23rd January 2023

Going spare! Prince and Princess of Wales are pictured cuddling up in bed with Prince Harry’s bombshell memoir (but all is not what it seems)

  • A pair of William and Kate lookalikes have posed with Harry’s memoir Spare
  • The photographs appear in a campaign to promote Birds Eye Green Cuisine 
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A pair of lookalikes aiming to appear like the Prince and Princess of Wales have posed with Prince Harry’s bombshell memoir Spare in a campaign to promote Birds Eye Green Cuisine. 

The images were shot by award-winning photographer Alison Jackson as part of the brand’s ‘Veganuary Reimagined’ promotion to persuade consumers to swap meat for a plant-based diet this month. 

Titled ‘Green Cuisine serves an uno-fish-al portrait of The Windsors’, the photographs show the couple looking pensive as they appear to pore over the pages of the book, which hit the shelves earlier this month.

Sitting up in bed, the lookalikes are seen tucking into a fishless finger sandwich for brunch, while digesting the explosive revelations in Harry’s memoir. 

A pair of lookalikes aiming to appear like the Prince and Princess of Wales have posed with Prince Harry’s bombshell memoir Spare in a campaign to promote Birds Eye Green Cuisine (pictured)

Jackson also shot further images of doubles of Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and his family.

The Rishi photograph, titled Number Hen: A Green Cuisine Chicken-Less Dippers Su-snack, shows the lookalike enjoying a meat-free dinner with his ‘family’ to embrace Veganuary – with a copy of Maths for Dummies at the table.

The subtly-placed prop is a cheeky reminder of the controversy the Prime Minister sparked earlier this month when he suggested children should be taught Maths until they are 18.

Alison Jackson said: ‘My work is all about bringing the imagined private lives of public figures to light through art. It is that peep behind the door we all want to see.

The images (pictured) were shot by award-winning photographer Alison Jackson as part of the brand’s ‘Veganuary Reimagined’ promotion to persuade consumers to swap meat for a plant-based diet this month

She added: ‘Plant-based options have always formed a large part of my diet. My photoshoots are always full scale, costume dramas, and keep me busy 24/7, so in between I’m often looking for something easy but delicious.

‘I know I can rely on plant-based choices for a more varied food lifestyle,’ she explained.

Victoria Westwood, UK & Ireland Marketing Lead, Green Cuisine, said: ‘Our campaign is a fun illustration of how reducing the amount of meat you eat doesn’t have to be so hard.

‘You don’t need to change your lifestyle to enjoy the Green Cuisine range, our aim is to give people the opportunity to explore, experiment and try new things without compromising on taste.’

‘What unites all the families in the ‘Veganuary Reimagined’ series is that they are extremely busy and it’s important for them to be able to make easy swaps to their diet.

‘Launching as part of our wider marketing campaign, Jackson’s art shows that if the busiest families in the UK can make it happen, any family can make it happen, even if not 100% of the time.’

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