Dawn French spots her doppelgänger at King Charles III's ceremony

It’s me! Comedian Dawn French put a smile on fan’s faces after spotting her doppelgänger at King Charles III’s Accession Council ceremony

Comedian Dawn French, 64, left fans in hysterics after taking to social media to confirm her ‘attendance’ at King Charles III’s proclamation event on Saturday. 

The actress’ post came after the sad passing of Her Majesty The Queen on Thursday, followed by her son and heir King Charles assuming the throne.

Doppelgänger: Comedian Dawn French, 64, left fans in hysterics after taking to social media to confirm her ‘attendance’ at King Charles III’s proclamation event on Saturday

The event, which was televised for the first time in history, took place at St James’s Palace.

And former Prime Ministers such as Boris Johnson, Theresa May, David Cameron, and Gordon Brown attended. 

Across the nation, people tuned in to mourn the late Queen and watch the occasion.

However, Dawn decided to take to social media to post a snap of a member from the procession.

It’s me! Dawn shared some light relief with her followers after Charles was officially proclaimed King at the Accession ceremony in central London 

And upon taking to her social media, the comedian tried to convince her fans that it was in fact her.

And captioned the funny snap with ‘Been quite busy this morning…’. 

After the post went viral Dawn’s followers agreed that the likeness between Dawn and her doppelgänger was uncanny. 

King: Charles was officially proclaimed King at the Accession ceremony in central London

And the funny caption seemed to lighten the mood amid this period of mourning. 

Many fans decided to comment on the funny post, however, one fan commented ‘Dawn I will be laughing about this forever.’ 

And another fan took up the opportunity to say ‘Multi-tasking at its finest. Things to do, wash pots, write comedy, proclaim the king,’ 

Proclamation: And the event, which was televised for the first time in history, took place at St James’s Palace

While another said ‘Looking great Dawn. Such a momentous day,’ followed by a laughing emoji. 

King Charles III made a speech at his proclamation and said: ‘My lords, ladies, and gentlemen. It is my most sorrowful duty to announce to you the death of my beloved mother, the Queen.’ 

‘I know how deeply you, the entire nation – and I think I may say the whole world – sympathise with me in the irreparable loss we have all suffered.’ 

‘It is the greatest consolation to me to know of the sympathy expressed by so many to my sister and brothers and that such overwhelming affection and support should be extended to our whole family in our loss.’ 

A sad day for the nation: During the proclamation King Charles III made a speech and said: ‘My lords, ladies, and gentlemen. It is my most sorrowful duty to announce to you the death of my beloved mother, the Queen.’

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