Today, Madame Tussauds London unveiled its first-ever wax creation of the soon-to-be Duchess along with an updated version of her fiancé's likeness to reflect one momentous occasion from their relationship: their engagement announcement.
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The waxwork couple is stood in front of a large video wall, which allows visitors to pose with them in front of a variety of backdrops.
Madame Tussaud's sister attraction in NY is also revealing a Meghan Markle figure on Wednesday.
According to Legoland Windsor, it took them some 592 hours to create and the replica of the royal wedding will be permanently on display in the theme park, which is located three miles from the real, full-size Windsor Castle.
The museum is holding a special "stag and hen do" event on May 18, the eve of the royal wedding, at which over-18s would be able to take photographs with Harry and Meghans wax figures. "Meghan and I were at lunch and she was really excited that day at lunch and I said to her you look fantastic Meghan".
To celebrate the upcoming nuptials, Legolands Windsor resort has also created a 39,960 Lego brick Windsor Castle.
A commemorative coin for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding is adorned with crystals and Canadian maple leaves.