Meghan Markle's beauty is now immortalised in wax at the iconic Madame Tussauds museum in London. The former Suits star, who is due to marry Prince Harry on Saturday 19 May, had her waxwork unveiled on Wednesday in front of a royal wedding-themed video display.

Meghan's waxwork is completely realistic

Complete with Meghan's signature freckles and the stunning three-diamond engagement ring that Prince Harry reportedly designed especially for her, the waxwork is an amazingly realistic image of Meghan.

Donning the £437 dark emerald green dress that she wore on her first TV interview as Harry's bride-to-be, Meghan's waxwork is a fitting new addition to the existing collection of royal waxworks on display. The collection includes the Queen, Prince Philip, Prince William [VIDEO] and the Duchess of Cambridge.

Harry's waxwork was also unveiled right after Meghan Markle's in an updated dapper version of the one that was originally created in 2014 to mark his 30th birthday. The new version includes his beard. With a serene facial expression, Meghan's waxwork looks every inch the royal princess, standing happily next to her Prince.

The waxwork was a royal wedding present for Meghan Markle

The waxwork was intended as a royal wedding present, as well as a wonderful opportunity for people to celebrate Harry and Meghan's upcoming wedding extravaganza at Windsor Castle.

Madame Tussauds described the exhibition as "the perfect way to party with the golden couple ahead of their big day". Guests will have the chance to be photographed with Harry and Meghan, as they will appear in front of a 15ft wide video wall, projecting memorable moments such as cutting their wedding cake.

According to the museum, the exhibition will be open to the public the night before the royal wedding.

'There is a lot of love out there for Meghan and Harry and we're following their lead by inviting the great British public to join the couple in their wedding celebrations here at Madame Tussauds London.', said Madame Tussauds general manager Edward Fuller.

According to Mr. Fuller, excitement ahead of the royal wedding is reaching "fever pitch", and the museum has been inundated with questions about when people can finally meet ''Their Royal Likenesses''. The Daily Mail has reported that on the day of royal wedding, free entry to the exhibition will be offered to guests named Harry or Meghan.

At the same time Madame Tussauds in New York will soon unveil its own Meghan waxwork.