David and Victoria Beckham's wax figures revamped

David and Victoria Beckham's waxwork figures have undergone a makeover.

The new versions of the power couple were unveiled at the Madame Tussauds museum in London, ahead of David and Victoria's 15th wedding anniversary, which will take place next month.

More than ten years may have passed since the figurines were touched up, but the models of David and Victoria couldn't have looked sharper.




New models of David and Victoria Beckham

Suited and booted, football legend David wore a black Hugo Boss suit and matching dotted tie, and had his hair parted to the side. The model of the former England captain, 39, has also been updated with his new tattoos, including the very visible ones on his hand that read "Victoria" and "Love".

The Spice-Girl-turned-fashion-designer, meanwhile, was dressed in one of her own SS14 ready-to-wear pieces – a deep V-neck fuchsia number that showed off her svelte figure.

Victoria's brunette locks were styled into tumbling soft waves, a far cry from her short bob, but the mum-of-four kept her trademark pout.



David and Victoria Beckham are touched up at Madame Tussauds


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The revamped wax figures now stand alongside fellow power couple Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, as well as other well-known actors such as Dame Helen Mirren, Daniel Craig and Kate Winslet.

"They are uniquely talented individuals who have succeeded in their respective fields to become true international icons," said Matthew Clarkson, the museum's marketing manager.

"We are sure that they will be a huge hit with guests, and we can't wait for fans to get a chance to get up close and meet them."


Old models of David and Victoria Beckham

David and Victoria's wedding anniversary will take place on 4 July. The celebrities first crossed paths in November 1996 when David was playing for Manchester United.

"My wife picked me out of a soccer sticker book. And I chose her off the telly... It felt straight away like we'd always been meant to be together," David has previously revealed in his autobiography.

The couple, who moved back to their native London last year after living in Los Angeles, are parents to sons Brooklyn, 15, Romeo, 11, Cruz, 9, and two-year-old daughter Harper.