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Just in time for Donald Trump's inauguration, Madame Tussauds has released the very first images of president-elect’s wax figure. The faux body double will be featured in the museum's Washington, D.C., New York, Orlando and London locations.
The life-like wax figure of the next president of the United States is dressed in a dark blue suit with a red tie, complete with a Made in America flag lapel pin.
In Washington D.C. the figure will be featured in a recreation of the White House Rose Garden. In New York, the Trump figure will be showcased at the Times Square location and will stand alongside other influential figures in its World Leader’s Gallery. The Orlando and London attractions will feature Trump in White House Oval Office sets.
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The figure took six-months and a team of 20 artists working around the clock to complete on time. As for intricate details, it took approximately five weeks alone to recreate Trump’s iconic hairdo, according to Madame Tussauds.
This isn’t the first time Trump has been made into a Madame Tussauds figure. In 1997 artists took detailed measurements and photographs of Trump to create a wax figure that is featured at Trump Tower New York. Those measurements and photos were used as reference points to create the new wax figure, but they have been updated for a more accurate representation of the incoming president.