Ah look, it's the lovely Kate Middleton having her glossy hair groomed by a loyal assistant. Doesn't she look as dazzling as ever? We see she's continuing her fondess for wardrobe recycling by cracking out that sapphire blue dress by Issa that she first wore to announce her engagement all those months ago - and she's even chosen to wear the very same necklace. How thrifty.
But wait a doppelganging minute - this isn't our Kate! It's a spookily accurate waxwork of the Duchess of Cambridge that's just been unveiled at Madame Tussauds in London. Brill skills, waxworkers! Isn't the likeness uncanny (except perhaps for William’s impressively lush thatch of hair)?
The royal couple have been immortalised in wax at the costly sum of nearly £1million - GULP - and they're popping up all over the world! Yes, Wills and Kate waxworks were also unveiled in New York and Amsterdam today with each figure - costing £150,000 - portrayed in a different outfit linked to a memorable Royal event.
For the Netherlands replica [above], the DoC is dressed in another of her famous frocks: the black lace Temperley London gown she wore to the 'War Horse' premiere on the eve of her 30th birthday in January this year. The custom-made black lace gown was inspired by the Brit brand's Long Ariel Gown that featured in their Pre Fall 2012 collection.