Duke, Duchess of Cambridge join Madam Tussauds museum
Wax statues of the Duchess of Cambridge and her husband Duke of Cambridge have joined Madame Tussauds museum in Hong Kong.
The wax statues of royal family members displayed at the museum sees Kate Middleton dressed in a graceful black lace gown and Prince William in a black tuxedo.
The statues have now begun their world tour.
"It is a true honour to welcome the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to Madame Tussauds Hong Kong. The Royal family has always been extremely popular among our visitors to the attraction. I’m sure they will be thrilled to finally ‘meet’ Prince William and Kate Middleton, especially on this special occasion," Kelly Mak, General Manager of Madame Tussauds, Hong Kong, said in a statement.
Sculptors from the Merlin Studios, London used an extensive collection of photos and footage of the royal couple in order to create the two lifelike wax works over the course of six months.