The newest wax versions of Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, are odd, to say the least. And for some they could be downright scary.
Live wax figures of the duke and duchess made their debut at the Berlin Madame Tussauds Tuesday a few days after they were seen shopping in Christmas markets, The Evening Standard reported.
The masks are actually made of silicon, despite being called live wax figures, the "Today" show reported.
This isn't the first time similar masks made by Madame Tussauds were seen. The masks were worn at "Britain's Got Talent" live final and were seen as the actors walked around London to celebrate the royal couple earlier this year.
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For the holidays, the royal wax couple have been dressed in Christmas sweaters and a baby bump has been added for Meghan, The Evening Standard reported.
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If the masked versions of the Harry and Meghan are too much for you, the iconic wax museum has more traditional versions of the royal couple.