Kate Middleton and Prince William will soon have a new home at Madame Tussaud’s House of Wax. For the couple’s first wedding anniversary, which is only a few weeks away, the famous wax museum is unveiling life-sized versions of the royal couple.
There will actually be four versions of the royal couple, a work of art that the museum spent over $200,000 to create.
These works will be located in London, New York, Amsterdam, and Blackpool. Each will feature Kate Middleton in one of her iconic outfits, along with a Dashing Prince William, and a beautiful replica of her sapphire engagement ring.
The unveiling at every location, except for Blackpool, will happen Wednesday April 4th, with the Blackpool occasion set for April 18th.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will look very dashing, as befitting their station as a royal couple.
The New York Kate will be dressed in a perfect replica of a lilac dress she wore at BAFTA’s “Brits to Watch” gala last summer. The dress was designed by Alexander McQueen, and worn during the couple’s trip to Los Angeles.
The Blackpool replica is wearing a shining pink Jenny Packham gown, which she wore during her first official public appearance as a married woman. In Amsterdam, Kate wears the gown she wore for the premiere of War Horse, a black lace vision created by Alice Temperley. Finally, the London location will play host to the beautiful Duchess in her royal blue Issa’s engagement dress.
Each dress worn by Kate’s wax doubles was painstakingly re-crafted by each designer. Kate Middleton and Prince William will celebrate their one year anniversary on April 29th.