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Could this Jewish prince charm Kate Middleton?

    Josh Aronson and Prince William: Separated at birth?
    Josh Aronson and Prince William: Separated at birth?

    A Manchester-born Jew living in Israel has decided he has looks to match the future king.

    Budget airline EasyJet is marking the upcoming nuptials of Prince William and Kate Middleton with an international lookalikes search.

    The prize for the top ten hopefuls who submit their photos is a free trip to London to coincide with the Royal wedding on April 29.

    Josh Aronson, a former pupil at Manchester Grammar School who now works for a disability support charity in Jerusalem, has already offered a photo for voters to judge his resemblance.

    If you think the 25-year-old is in with a chance, you can show your support here.

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