The first ever waxwork of the Duchess of Cambridge has been unveiled at Madame Tussauds in London, and she joins a long line of royal waxworks that have been created over the years. We look at the best waxworks and the worst!
Brand new waxworks of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been revealed at the most famous waxwork museum in the world, Madame Tussauds in London.
The models have been installed in the tourist hotspot to celebrate the royal couple's one-year anniversary (which is coming up on 29 April). The figures cost £150,000 to create and the artistic waxwork makers worked for four months getting the future king and queen just right.
The models have been fashioned to look like the couple's official engagement announcement from 2010. Kate's waxwork even wears a specially-made Issa dress (the label she wore on the famous day) and a replica of the engagement ring given to her by William that originally belonged to his mother.