Published: Fri, May 11, 2018
Culture | By Margie Dunn

Madame Tussauds unveils Meghan Markle waxwork ahead of her wedding

Madame Tussauds unveils Meghan Markle waxwork ahead of her wedding

"Prince Harry and Ms. Markle are very much looking forward to welcoming Ms. Markle's parents to Windsor for the wedding".

Wax figures of Britain's Prince Harry and his U.S. fiancee Meghan Markle are at Madame Tussauds in central London.

Prince Harry was a pilot of Apache helicopters and saw action in Afghanistan.

He said: "I've seen him grumpy".

Based at Hyde Park Barracks, Knightsbridge, London, the Cavalry's ceremonial regiment will have an important part in the wedding on May 19 in Windsor - both during and after the nuptials. It's also been rumoured that Bailey could actually be the creator of Meghan Markle's second wedding dress, which she will change into for the private evening reception at Frogmore House.

Prince William will serve as his brother Harry's best man, but Meghan Markle will not have a maid of honor. And although a selfie with the happy couple is practically priceless, in honor of the duo's big day, all Madame Tussauds guests named Meghan or Harry will be given free admission on May 19, their wedding day.

With the royal wedding just days away, every Tom, Dick and Harry (not that one) is busy bringing out merch.

Numerous details for the wedding are already known to the public: Prince William will serve as best man, Alexi Lubomirski will photograph the wedding, and Claire Ptak will create a cake with lemon, elderflower and fresh flower decorations. The programme promises to give viewers "the inside story of Meghan Markle, her relationship with Prince Harry, and her ancestors". The programme - featuring Richard Goulding as Prince Harry and Kathryn Drysdale as Meghan Markle - is billed as "an outrageous satirical comedy to celebrate the royal event of the year".

It's safe to say Meghan Markle took the road less traveled on her way to becoming British royalty.

On the day of the wedding itself, the waxwork museum said some of its most famous figures will be "patriotically dressed to the nines".

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