Influencer Chaly DN says she’s constantly stopped by strangers asking for selfies with her. (Photo: INSTAGRAM)
If it’s true that imitation
is the sincerest form of flattery Kim Kardashian will get pretty big-headed
looking at pics of this uber-fan.
A woman calling herself
Chaly DN from London has spent millions of pounds to keep up with the reality
TV star, forking out for everything from Botox and fillers to Rolex watches and
“I started following
her on Instagram and was like ‘oh my god, is that me’,” Chaly told the Truly
“I love Kim Kardashian
and the way she looks – she’s the most beautiful woman in the world.”
The influencer, who has
more than 740 000 followers on Instagram, has even bought outfits previously
worn by Kim herself, and says she’s constantly stopped by strangers asking for
selfies with her.
“People tell me I look
like Kim Kardashian every single minute. Every time they see me on the street
or at a party or everywhere. I get stopped for photos all the time – I love the
attention, it’s someone telling you that you look like Kim!”
Chaly says her most
expensive Kim K pieces include a £7 000 (R145 000) faux fur Givenchy
coat and a dazzling pair of £1 000 (around R20 000) Tom Ford heels, the
same kind that Kim owns.
“When I wear this, I
feel like Kim Kardashian and it feels so good,” Chaly says of the faux fur.
In addition, she has
spent £400 000 (around R8,3 million) on handbags.
“I always have to keep
changing my bags because I’ve got to keep up with the Kardashians.
“I’m an influencer so I
have to go with the trend. Every season I have to change my clothes so I’ve
spent a fortune,” Chaly tells The Sun.
Chaly is adamant she
hasn’t had plastic surgery to look like the mom-of-five but does admit to
having had Botox and fillers. “Everyone does it,” she says.
Curiously, despite the
lengths she’s gone to in order to emulate her idol, Chaly insists that she has
her own path and doesn’t want to constantly be compared to Kim.
“People really think my
style is based on Kim Kardashian, but we are two different people.”
Erm, okay, sure . . .