Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Wax Figures Turn Heads In London

You’ve never seen the Duke and Duchess of Sussex like this before

Updated 08/27/18


This is a Prince Harry and Meghan Markle sighting like you’ve never seen before. The Madame Tussauds’ live wax replicas of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were out and about over the weekend for a fun (but also kind of terrifying...?) couples photoshoot.

Madame Tussauds posted their best shots on social media. “OMG! Harry and Meghan gave us a sneak peek into what a #DayInTheLife of the Royal newlyweds is like and all we can say is... #CoupleGoals!,” The museum wrote on Twitter with a heart eyes and crown emoji.

A day in the life for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry included sitting down at a restaurant where the royal couple looked longingly into each other’s eyes while holding menus, and walking around town and through the park. With them was a wax version of Guy, Markle’s beagle.

The replicas, although a little creepy, get a lot of things right about the couple. While Harry is shown in a more casual look than we normally see him in, he’s still rocking that classic jovial smile and royal wave. On the other hand, this wax Markle is almost an exact replica of the real Duchess of Sussex from earlier this year at her first official appearance with Prince Harry at the Invictus Games. She wore a ripped pair of Mother jeans, and Misha Nonoo's "Husband" button down shirt to the real event, and her wax figure rocked a similar look.

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This isn’t the Duke and Duchess’ first time being turned into wax figures. More traditional statues of the two went on display at Madame Tussauds London the day before the royal wedding back in May. Harry was already apart of the collection, and the museum moved him to be closer to his then bride-to-be.

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IRL Harry and Markle are also doing just fine as they recently added a new member to their family. The couple adopted a new the dog earlier this summer, rumored to be a Labrador Retriever.

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