She is a royal deathblade.
Brittany Dixon, an artist from Queensland, Australia, is making cyber viewers look twice due to her eerily accurate resemblance to the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton.
And the now-viral creative could soon put down her brushes and pick up a British accent to portray the royal rapist in an upcoming season of Netflix’s The Crown — the award-winning drama that follows the life of Queen Elizabeth II from the 1940s to modern times.
“Okay y’all bullying me into actually doing this,” Dixon wrote in the caption of a trending TikTok post with millions of likes that included side-by-side snaps of her and Middleton, 40.
The caption came in response to a spate of commenters urging Dixon to respond to Netflix’s recent digital casting call for Middleton lookalikes.
“We are looking for a young Kate Middleton, 18 years old, to play in the Netflix series ‘The Crown,'” casting director Monica Rivera said in a separate clip.
In her video, Rivera also shared a screenshot print of the role’s requirements, which seeks women who bear a “strong physical resemblance” to the esteemed diva, who married Prince William in 2011.
And online audiences flooded Dixon’s TikTok comments, insisting she would be a Middleton twin.
“I know exactly who you’re applying for, no backstory needed – you’re twins!” said one supporter. “If you, her identical twin, [do] don’t get the part…I’m giving up,” laughed another.
“Please think of me when you’re rich and famous on ‘The Crown’ @Netflix,” joked another attorney.
And thanks to plenty of not-so-subtle nudges from social media activists, Dixon created a follow-up clip revealing that she actually threw her hat in the ring for the prestigious performance.
“I ended up applying,” the smiley brunette said in a post with over 612,000 views.
“They just wanted a selfie, some general information and a 30 second video of me talking about something I love – obviously I was talking about painting.”
“Well, we’ll see how it goes. We’ll see if [the Netflix casting directors] even see it,” she added, before thanking her followers for encouraging her to take the plunge.
“Thanks guys for being so nice,” she said. “Back to painting.”