The Duchess of Cambridge will soon take her rightful place beside her husband, and the rest of the wax royal family, at four branches of Madame Tussauds this spring. A spokeswoman for Madame Tussauds told the Daily Mail: “Madame Tussauds enjoys a close relationship with the British Royal Family dating back to William IV who was monarch when the first attraction opened in London in 1835.”
Kate, now a major fashion icon, will sport a different gown at each branch:”all four designers have been involved in making the dresses and the Duke and Duchess have kept informed at every stage of the creation process,” a representative for Madame Tussauds told PEOPLE.
Three of the four models will be unveiled on April 4th: “It is the first time that we have had a member of the royal family make their debut in multiple locations,” said the rep to PEOPLE.
The fourth wax figure will appear at the U.K.’s Blackpool exhibition later in April. Below, what the Duchess will wear at each location:
- A wax Duchess will be revealed in London, wearing a copy of Kate’s iconic blue Issa engagement dress.
- In New York, the wax figure will be garbed in a replica of a lilac Alexander McQueen number, that the Duchess wore to a Bafta event in the U.S.
- In Amsterdam, the royal will be draped in a lace Alice Temperley gown.
- At the Blackpool exhibition, the Duchess will wear Jenny Packham.