Meghan Markle's Wax Figure Unveiled at Madame Tussauds

The royal-to-be's figure took four months to create.

Meghan Markle gets the Madame Tussauds treatment! 

The museum unveiled its wax figure of the royal-to-be in New York City on Wednesday, and we have to say it's pretty spot on. Meghan's likeness stands by that of her fiance, Prince Harry, in Madame Tussauds' Royal Palace Experience, posing with her hand on her hip in a dress donated by one of her favorite designers, Self Portrait. 

"This is a replica of what she wore back in December 2017 to the queen's Christmas luncheon," Madame Tussauds' regional head of marketing for northeast, Christine Haughney, tells ET, explaining that it took "about four months" for Meghan's wax figure to come together with a team of over 20 artists. 

"She has [seen photos]. We hope [she approves]," Haughney shared. 

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While the mannequin of Meghan joins those of Harry, Prince William, Kate Middleton and the queen at Madam Tussauds in New York, a wax figure of the former Suits actress was also unveiled at the museum's London location, where the statue sports a green dress and nude heels, with her hair flowing past her shoulders in a similar style. 

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The new figures come just 10 days before Meghan is set to say "I do" to Harry at St. George's Chapel in Windsor, England, on May 19, and while fans can see her typical looks at Madame Tussauds, they certainly can't wait to find out what she'll wearing on her wedding day.  

See what designers like Michael Kors, Romona Keveza and more told ET about what styles they think Meghan could rock down the aisle in the video below, and keep up with all of ET's coverage of the royal wedding as we count down to May 19.


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