Mitt Romney apparently has a kinsman in Great Britain who is a dead-ringer for the GOP presidential challenger. Mitt has roots in the northern English village of Dalton-on-Furness, the epicenter for Mormon activity in the UK. His great-great grandparents, Miles and Elizabeth, converted to the faith in 1837 and moved to America.
While they've never met, the former Massachusetts governor still has many relatives in the area, and one of them is said to be the presidential candidate's doppelgÃ¤nger.
Now, there aren't pictures available of this manÂ—a fourth-cousin named MikeÂ—but other relatives swear the guys look exactly alike. Will this fellow capitalize on his newfound fame? Will he start appearing at grocery store openings as a fake Mitt Romney? Perhaps he and a Barack Obama impersonator can hold mock debates.
"(My brother) looks quite like him. He had dark hair like him. It's all grey now. He (Romney) looks like our Mike. Same sort of face and everything," said 69-year-old Jennie Iveson, his fourth-cousin.