Donald Trump's Wax Figure Unveiled Ahead of Inauguration

Donald Trump's Wax Figure Unveiled Ahead of Inauguration

The president-elect is depicted in a navy blue suit with a red tie and a "Made In America" lapel pin, with his hands resting on his belt.

It took a team of 20 skilled artists working for six months to create Trump's wax figure, which cost £150,000 ($185,000).

Madame Tussauds in London, famous for immortalizing the famous in wax, unveiled their figure of the president-elect on Wednesday, who stands proudly in a replica of the Oval Office.

Trump is the first president to already have a wax figure. Trump's likeness was previously created by the museum in 1997, for a figure at Trump Tower New York.

The scowling lifelike figure of the soon-to-be 45th President of the United States is portrayed in a mock-up of the White House's Oval Office.

The rep declined to answer whether the measurements had changed from those of the previous figure, saying only that "the figure is adjusted to represent Trump now".

Museum officials say his hair was a particularly demanding task, taking five weeks to ideal.



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