Prince Harry lookalike struggling to find work after Megxit

A Prince Harry lookalike used to rake in thousands a week posing as his doppelgänger — but hasn’t scored a single booking since the Duke and Duchess of Sussex decided to step down from their roles as “senior” royals and move to North America earlier this year.

Henry Morely, 31, of Malton, North Yorkshire, told Metro UK that strangers started commenting on his resemblance to the prince when he was 18 — and he has even been dubbed the “Prince Harry of the north” after years of guest appearances.

Morley, a mechanic by day, used to earn £2,500 a week — or $3,335 — moonlighting as the prince at nightclubs and private parties in northern England. But recently, no one has expressed interest in a Harry lookalike, he told the outlet.

“A lot of businesses don’t want to use Harry and Meghan to promote themselves because they think they’ve abandoned their country,” Morley said. “I think whether business picks up again will depend on what Harry and Meghan do with their careers.”

“If he’s going to stay out of the public eye, then that’s my career over,” he added. “I’m hoping he and Meghan might become stars in their own right in America, but more like Hollywood celebrities rather than royals.”

Harry and Meghan recently settled into their lavish new multi-million-dollar Montecito digs.

Royal impersonators Henry Morley, Jeanette Charles as the Queen and Peter Hugo as Prince Charles.

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Henry Morley

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Henry Morley and Meghan Markle impersonator Ruth Johnson with a Corgi.

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The pair officially agreed to change the name of their Sussex Royal brand to the MWX Foundation, according to reports earlier this week.

Morely said his career peaked around the time of Harry and Meghan’s 2018 wedding, when he was paid up to £1,500 — more than $2,000 — per appearance to pose as Prince Harry. He told Metro he has appeared with more than 10 Meghan lookalikes since the pair met four years ago.

“My girlfriend gets a bit jealous because people in the street always want a picture with me but not with her, and she says people are looking at me when I go down the street,” he said. “To be honest I don’t even notice anymore. I’ve been told I look like him since I was 18.”