In honor of the first wedding anniversary for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge ( Prince William and Kate Middleton ), a waxy version of the pair will be unveiled in New York City on Wednesday (April 4) - adding to all the other rich and famous celebrities packed into Madame Tussauds.
The wax replica of the royal couple will be surrounded by gold-trimmed thrones and red drapes and, although the widely celebrated duo won't be at the unveiling in person, a spokesperson at Tussauds has revealed that Will and Kate worked closely with those behind the design.
As for the design, Catherine will be wearing an officially authorized copy of the Alexander McQueen frock she wore during a Los Angeles trip last summer for the BAFTA Brits to Watch event topped off with Jimmy Choo platform sandals, a clutch and a sparkling recreation of her sapphire and diamond engagement ring.
Meanwhile, Prince William will be donning a double-breasted, six button two-piece tuxedo created by Gieves & Hawkes.
"Madame Tussauds shares a close relationship with the British Royal Family dating back to William IV, who was King when the first attraction opened in London in 1835," waxworks confirmed in a release regarding to display. "The current Queen has been modeled by the attraction over 20 times and has given the studio team six personal sittings over the years."
The replicas don't stop at NYC, as waxy versions of the royals will soon be unveiled in London, Amsterdam and Blackpool with different outfits for each location.