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Madame Tussauds in London has announced a new series of exhibits that will give Star Wars fans the chance to walk among the iconic characters from the films.

Jedi Master Yoda is the first wax figure to be revealed, in a re-creation of his swamp in the Dagobah system.

This is the first of 11 walk-through scenes which will bring visitors face to face with 16 heroes and villains from the sci-fi franchise.

New Beckham wax figures unveiled

David and Victoria Beckham Credit: REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

Celebrity couple David and Victoria Beckham will have new wax figures of themselves unveiled at Madame Tussauds today, ahead of their fifteenth wedding anniversary next month.

The pair already feature in the attraction, with older versions of the retired footballer and the former Spice Girl created in 2004. These will be replaced by the new creations, which will join other celebrity figures in the 'Party Area' of Madame Tussauds.

Mo Farah wax figure unveiled at Madame Tassauds

It took 20 people four months to complete the figure which cost around £150,000. Credit: Madame Tussauds

A new wax figure of double Olympic champion Mo Farah has been unveiled at London's Madame Tassauds.

Farah is portrayed in his trademark "Mobot" pose and is wearing a Team GB athletics kit.

“It’s brilliant – it’s weird to see myself like this but they did a great job, they look exactly like me. Even my kids are shocked!” the long distance runner said.

The unveiling comes just two days after Farah finished eighth in his first London Marathon.


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Harry waxwork given South Pole makeover before trek

A Madame Tussauds waxwork of Prince Harry has been given an icy makeover ahead of the royal's trek to the South Pole later this month.

Make-up artist Luisa Compobussi puts the finishing touches on a wax figure of Prince Harry. Credit: PA
The figure was given an snowy makeover ahead of the Prince's race to the South Police later this month. Credit: PA
Harry will lead the Walking With The Wounded charity on the trek to the South Pole. Credit: PA
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William and Kate waxworks moved ahead of royal baby

Waxworks of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will be moved from the Royal line up at Madame Tussauds to a special new setting as the attraction prepares for increased interest in the hugely popular couple, with the imminent arrival of the Royal baby.

Wax figures of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge wax figures at Madame Tussauds, London. Credit: Sean Dempsey/PA Wire

Until now, they have been displayed alongside figure of the Queen, Prince Philip and other royals, but they are now going to be given their own room, such is the demand for visitors to the attraction to have their pictures taken with the wax lookalikes.

Wardrobe supervisor Jane Anderson makes final adjustments to wax figures. Credit: Sean Dempsey/PA Wire
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