Lorraine Kelly has been on the hunt for a Meghan Markle lookalike and today she revealed her final three, asking viewers to cast their votes for the winner.
The victor will win a year on the books of top lookalike agency Susan Scott, working alongside their Prince Harry lookalike.
But people were far from impressed with any of the candidates’ resemblance to the Suits actress and mocked the show for the poor effort.
They also slammed for programme for failing to pick a finalist who shares Meghan’s mixed race background.
Surprisingly, Lorraine said they had been overwhelmed with applicants and it was difficult to pick the final three.
She said: “I think they’re are all great. It’s not down to me who wins I am glad to say.
“We had the hard task of whittling it down from all the entrants to the final three and now the voting lines are open.”
But viewers questioned who would waste their money to phone in to vote for the best of a bad bunch, saying none of them looked anything like Prince Harry’s beloved.
Yesterday, seven women in the running were revealed after Lorraine launched the search for Meghan’s double on her show last month.
They went on an open top bus tour of London with the Prince Harry lookalike to see if any of them could fool the public.
But viewers weren’t fooled by any of the Meghan doppelgangers, saying one looked more like Scarlett Moffatt and another more likely to pass as Strictly judge Shirley Ballas.
Today the final three was whittled down to hairdresser Ashleigh Ridding, 20, from Bristol, showjumper Ria Ginley, 25, from York and and 19-year-old gap year student Emma Kaler from Cardiff.
They all applied after being told they look like Meghan in the past.
So who will win the honour of becoming a lookalike? The phone lines are open till Monday so the winner will be announced next week.