Kate Middleton waxworks unveiled at London’s Madame Tussauds

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Four wax models of The Duchess of Cambridge have been unveiled at London’s Madam Tussauds, each wearing some of her most memorable gowns.

Staying at the London museum are a pair of waxwork likenesses of Kate and husband William, wearing the same outfits they wore in their official engagement pictures – a blue Issa London dress and a Gieves & Hawkes suit. The model being shipped to the New York museum wears the high-octane lilac Alexander McQueen dress The Duchess wore to the BAFTA dinner in Los Angeles last summer.

Meanwhile, Amsterdam get a very impressive recreation of her black lace Alice Temperley gown, worn to the War Horse film première in London this January. The last model, which will be displayed at the Blackpool museum from April 18th, wears the glittering Jenny Packham gown Kate wore to the ARK charity dinner in London last year.

We think the likenesses, complete with Kate’s bouncy brown hair and heavy eyeliner, are pretty spot on – not to mention the brilliantly recreated dresses.

What do you think?

 Images: WWD

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