A brand new wax model of the Queen has gone on display at Madame Tussauds to celebrate her 60-year reign.
Taking centre stage in the Royal Area, it's the attraction's 23rd waxwork of the monarch. The very first one was when she was two-years-old.
It reproduces the official Jubilee portrait released earlier this year and took four months to make costing £150,000.
The dress is made of white and silver lace covered in 53,000 crystals. A blue silk sash is adorned by The Queen's Garter Badge is draped over the shoulder.
The crown is a replica of the diamond and pearl George IV State Diadem.
Recently launched figures of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge appear alongside joined by sculptures of the Duke of Edinburgh, the Prince of Wales, the Duchess of Cornwall and Prince Harry