Meghan Markle is getting her very own wax figure at Madam Tussauds

By Meaghan Wray

Meghan Markle will be stepping out more and more as she becomes an official member of the Royal Family, but most fans still won’t get close to the former actress. But Madame Tussauds is offering the next-best thing – a wax look-alike of the royal bride-to-be! Meghan’s likeness will go on display in a month, just before she says “I do” to Prince Harry.

Town crier Anthony Appleton shared the exciting news outside the gates of Buckingham Palace alongside his trusty easel. He proclaimed, “Oyez! Oyez! Edward Fuller, general manager of Madame Tussauds London, is proud to announce the imminent arrival of her royal likeness Meghan Markle.”

He continued, referencing the Los Angeles native’s former role in Suits: “The future princess, bride-to-be and queen of the courtroom will be safely delivered to the world-famous London attraction in early May 2018. Meghan will take her place beside her future husband Prince Harry.” And to add to the growing excitement over the figure’s unveiling, the outfit she’ll be presented in will be kept a secret up until the last minute. Will she wear her stunning engagement outfit, or perhaps the chic ensemble she wore for Commonwealth Day with the Queen? Only time will tell.

The 36-year-old has quickly stolen the hearts of royal watchers around the world, so it’s only fitting that she, too, receive the honour of being immortalized in wax at the famous museum. General Manager Edward Fuller is excited about the addition, too, "It's clear that the public has already taken Meghan to their hearts. One half of arguably the most famous couple in the world right now she's already made her own mark as a humanitarian and role model. We're excited to give guests the chance to meet her in the attraction later this year."

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