An Israeli model is cashing in on Melania Trump impersonations.
First lady Melania Trumpwalks along the Colonnade at the White House in Washington D.C., on Feb. 15, 2017. REUTERS

An Israeli woman raked in a ton of cash for impersonating the first lady of the United States, Melania Trump. Similar to Trump, Mira Tzur is a former model who has now launched a new career as a Trump impersonator alongside her President Donald Trump lookalike husband, New York actor John Di Domenico, according to a Miami Herald report Feb. 16.

After gaining attention for features that strikingly resemble Melania Trump, Tzur said she’s managed to reach new heights in her career. The 45-year-old model, who has graced international runways and appeared in Advil, Neutrogena and various other commercial advertisements, said she charges $3,000 plus expenses to appear at private events dressed and acting like 46-year-old first lady.

“It’s not really a second career. It’s an extension of my existing career,” Tzur said, adding that she’s made eight appearances as a Melania Trump impersonator since January’s inauguration.

Although Tzur, who was raised in Tel Aviv, is the same size and shape as the Slovenia-born first lady and shares similar facial features, she reportedly wasn’t actually aware of their resemblance until a photographer friend asked her to dress up like Melania Trump and take a few photos. That led to Di Domenico, who has played as Donald Trump for years in New York City, requesting Tzur to appear alongside him in a video, Forward reported.

Tzur, who was reportedly working on a business book for aspiring models, couldn’t be happier about her newfound gig.

“I feel great admiration for [Donald and Melania Trump],” she said. “That makes my job even better.”

Tzur wasn’t the first Melania Trump lookalike to cash in on impersonations of the first lady. Actress Laura Benanti also was a big hit with audiences when she appeared as Melania Trump during an episode of “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” following Melania Trump’s Republican National Convention speech back in July 2016.