More Royals arrive in Madame Tussauds Sydney
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle officially join Madame Tussauds Sydney
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex form part of a brand new interactive experience.
Inspired by the most iconic looks from their recent visit to Australia, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's brand new wax figures - designed specifically for Madame Tussauds Sydney - will be a permanent feature at the Darling Harbour attraction as part of a brand new 'The Royal Academy' interactive experience.
Taking over six months to create, Meghan Markle's striking figure is the masterpiece of 800 hours of craftmanship, by a skilled and dedicated team of over 100 sculptors, artists and stylists from Madame Tussauds' central studios in London. Oozing sophistication, the Duchess of Sussex is dressed in the Dion Lee 'Folded Sail' dress in navy blue, in tribute to day 3 of the Royal Tour in Australia. Meghan flashes a beautifully beaming smile, and is accessorised with nude heels and subtle jewellery in the style of the day's outfit, as well as her engagement ring and wedding band.
The Duke of Sussex matches his blushing bride, dressed in his trademark navy blue suit, white shirt and light blue tie also from day three of the recent visit. Each individual hair was inserted strand by strand taking almost six weeks alone - and that's not including his beard.
The Duke and Duchess have arrived as part of a revamped Royal experience which invites guests to walk, talk and dress like royalty! Guests are then invited to join the British Royal Portrait, alongside Her Majesty the Queen, Prince William, Kate Middleton, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle!
Madame Tussauds Sydney has also created the 'Instant Royal Academy' where guests are coached on etiquette, teaching all how to correctly address a Royal, sit gracefully, curtsy like a lady and prefect the Royal Wave.