Her photo ended up going viral in Spain.
A Donald Trump lookalike surfaced on social media and has gone viral in recent days after the Spanish potato farmer was featured in a local newspaper there.
Pictured gazing out across her land with her hoe slung over her shoulder, her photo was first shared by the freelance journalist who carried out the interview, Paula Vazquez. In fact, she has turned so famous that people have began pressing her for comment on U.S. policy and worldwide issues. Her picture was shared on social media over 4000 times. "I say it is because of the color of my hair", said Antelo, who seemed to be enjoying her new fame.
The 70-year-old has since been asked to comment on pressing U.S. policy and worldwide issues - though she has shown more concern for a moth plague threatening her potato crops.
"Imagine if we were in Donald Trump's family!"
She found out about her fame from her granddaughters, since she does not use mobile phones and social networks.
In a picture, she is seen visible with a hoe and her pose resembles Donald Trump on the golf field.
Antelo has since been dubbed the "Donald Trump of the Costa da Morte", according to the original report in La Voz de Galicia.
The Coristanco, Spain, native has been married to her husband for 40 years and has spent her entire life in Cabana de Bergantiños. While she has turned famous on Instagram, the woman told the newspaper that is to easy to ignore all that buzz when you don't have a smartphone.