Dolores Leis Antelo may live an ocean away from the leader of the free world, but give her a once over and you’d hardly tell the difference between her and Donald Trump. Antelo, who lives in rural Spain, went viral this week after a photo of her holding a hoe at her farm in Nanton, La Coruna began to circulate. Check out the picture below. Their likeness is truly uncanny.
The woman gave an interview with her local Spanish newspaper, La Voz de Galicia, and that interview resulted in her photo being shared around the world. One person who dubbed Antelo the “Donald Trump of the Costa da Morte” on Twitter garnered more than 8,000 faves and 4,700 retweets.
Apparently, Antelo is currently working to plant potatoes on her farm, which she shares with her husband of 40 years. The dust from the dirt has given her skin an orange hue, which makes her look even more like our Cheeto-in-chief. “My photo seems to have traveled far. I say it is because of the color of my hair,” she told La Voz de Galicia, per Newsweek.
“Imagine if we were in Donald Trump’s family!” her daughter Anna added.
Antelo may not even realize how famous her doppelgänger status has become, considering she doesn’t own a cell phone. “I have never been curious to have one, but I do look at what my daughters show me,” she said. “They say this picture will make me famous, but I don’t get why.”
Currently, all she really seems to care about is running her farm. “At the moment, luckily we don’t have the Guatemalan moth,” Antelo said. Interesting, considering Trump is also trying to keep foreigners from Central America out of the country. Maybe the two have more in common than just looks after all.