Earlier in the week Madame Tussauds Wax Museum unveiled their first figures of Prince William and Duchess Kate in London, Amsterdam and New York City, with a fourth set to premier later in April at the Blackpool Madame Tussauds.The wax figures are perfect down to every little detail.
According to MSNBC, the wax figures don't leave out Kate's dimples, diamond and sapphire engagement ring or even William's thinning hair.
The London wax figure of Kate is wearing a replica of the dress she wore to announce their engagement in 2010. The dress is a blue Issa, with William wearing a replica of a Gieves and Hawkes navy two-piece single-breasted suit.
New York figures of the royal pair are wearing replicas of the fashionable ensembles they wore to the BAFTA Brits To Watch Event last July in Los Angeles. Kate is wearing a lilac, floor-length Alexander McQueen gown with William wearing a tux.
The Amsterdam wax couple is wearing what the real life couple wore to the London premiere of War Horse in January. Kate is dressed in a black lace Alice Temperley dress and William in a tuxedo.
According to MSNBC, each figure cost around $300,000 to make with artists working on them for four months.
The wax figures look shockingly alive, which stemmed us to search for photos of celebrities and their wax counterparts. See if you can tell the difference between who is real and who is wax.