Waxwork of Queen Consort Camilla unveiled at Madame Tussauds for Charles' coronation | The Sun
A WAXWORK of the Queen Consort has been unveiled at Madame Tussauds London ahead of the Coronation.
Studio artists Sophie Greenaway and Claire Parkes added finishing touches to the figure — which will stand alongside the King in the Throne Room.
Tim Waters of Madame Tussauds, said: "Whilst for many people this will be their first experience of a coronation, the coronation of King Charles III will be the eighth that Madame Tussauds London has celebrated.
"We're incredibly proud of our centuries-long link with the Palace.
"What better way to mark the official start of this new chapter in the history of the British monarchy than with the creation of our brand new soon-to-be Queen Camilla to stand alongside her husband, the King."
Recently it was revealed Camilla's ex-husband is among the 2,000 invitees to the Coronation.
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Andrew Parker Bowles will be "front and centre" of the congregation to watch his first wife be crowned next to King Charles, The Sunday Times reports.
The former couple, who share son Tom Parker Bowles and daughter Laura Lopes – also invited to the Coronation along with their children – are said to have remained close friends since their divorce in 1995.
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