Madame Tussauds London reunites Meghan and Harry with royal family ahead of Platinum Jubilee

Portrait of Meghan and Harry with Charles and the Queen at Madame Tussauds London

It’s a royal reunion! Madame Tussauds London announced on Wednesday that wax effigies of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have rejoined the Royal Family’s performance hall ahead of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee next month.

The famous wax museum originally separated the Duke and Duchess of Sussex figures from the rest of their family when the couple moved to California in 2020. Their reunion this week is only temporary, meant to celebrate Queen Elizabeth’s return to the UK. 70 years rule.

Tim Waters, Madame Tussauds London’s general manager, said in a statement: “It only felt right that our figures came together once again at our Royal Throne Room to join our family’s celebration.”

Portrait of Meghan and Harry with Charles and the Queen at Madame Tussauds London
Courtesy Madame Tossauds

“We have a long history with The Royal Family, with British monarchs having given us the honor of sitting for their cast since 1809. We are very proud that this continued into the 20th century and we are proud to mark major milestones for Her Majesty the Queen.” celebrating,” the statement continued.

Also in anticipation of the event, the entire royal group will be getting a black-tie makeover. Meghan wears the red, caped Saffia gown she wore to her last royal engagement at the Mountbatten Festival of Music at the Royal Albert Hall in London, and Kate Middleton now wears a Jenny Packham gown she’s worn at two separate royal ceremonies. Men all wear tuxedos.

The figure of the Queen is the 23rd of the 24 that Madame Tussauds of London created during her seven-decade reign. She wears the white and silver lace dress she wore at the official Diamond Jubilee Portrait Photography in 2012.

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