Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s royal wedding date is quickly approaching as it is scheduled for May 19th, at St. George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.
At just over a week from the big day, famous wax museum Madame Tussauds has just unveiled its wax sculpture of the bride-to-be.
Two statues of Markle were created. One to be displayed in London, and the other in New York. The London sculpture features Markle in a green dress, and the New York version has her in a black and white dress.
Each sculpture costs over $200,000 to create.
The artists in charge of the creation had to rely on “research information and photography” to capture Markle’s “infectious and warm personality.”
Marie “Madame” Tussaud started her wax sculptures in the mid-1800s and her family continued her work after she died.
There are now 24 Madame Tussauds museums all over the world, each of which features sculptures of many celebrities, athletes, and historical figures.
Do you think the artists did a good job? Here is a photo of the real couple to compare with the two images above of the wax couple.