KENNETH Branagh looks the spitting image of Boris Johnson as he films Sky series This Sceptred Isle.
The actor, 60, was recreating the PM’s trip to Bewdley, Worcs after the town flooded in March last year.
Kenneth has swapped his neatly trimmed brown hair for Boris’ trademark wild blonde locks and prosthetics appear to have been used to give him more of BoJo’s fuller features.
The drama — a five-part series detailing Britain’s response to the Covid crisis — is due to be shown in the autumn.
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The series will be directed by Michael Winterbottom, who will also co-write, while Tim Shipman, the political editor of The Sunday Times, will act as a consultant.
The five-part drama begins with Boris Johnson’s appointment as Prime Minister, before recounting from the first coronavirus cases in the UK – through to Mr Johnson falling ill with the virus, and the arrival of his son.
Kenneth, just four years older than the Prime Minister, has starred in Valkyrie, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets and Dunkirk.