Even Legoland can't escape royal wedding fever
- Author: Carlos Nash May 11, 2018,
May 11, 2018, 0:40
Markle's statue will make its official public debut on her wedding day - May 19 - but fans can get a glimpse the day before when Madame Tussauds London hosts "A Royal Stag and Hen Do" -that's British for "bachelor and bachelorette party"!
It's actually been a pretty historical year for the royals.
London's iconic Madame Tussauds today unveiled a waxwork figure of Meghan Markle, ahead of the May 19 royal wedding for which the excitement is reaching "fever pitch". However, her mother has met Harry a number of times and was with them at the closing ceremony of the Invictus Games in Toronto previous year.
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She continued: "But I definitely want to see aspects of it. I certainly, I looked at her and I thought I think there's a physical resemblance, but I wouldn't have been interested in playing someone who didn't have an interesting journey and I think hers is very, very interesting", she said. There she will wait to walk down the aisle with her father, Thomas Markle.
Her parents have important roles in the wedding; Markle's mother, Doria Ragland, will travel with the bride in a auto to Windsor Castle on the day of the nuptials. Waxworks can be pretty creepy, or amazingly jaw-dropping, and these depictions seem pretty life-like to us.
Her friend and former agent has spilled the beans just days before she and Prince Harry get hitched. "I'm waiting to find the right person".
Could he take on the huge job to go out with a bang before leaving the company?