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Queen Camilla undergoes dramatic transformation – with a twist!

Charles and Camilla's coronation is taking place on 6 May

Charles and Camilla's first portrait as King and Queen Consort
Gemma Strong
Gemma StrongOnline Digital News Director
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The Queen Consort has undergone a transformation ahead of the coronation on 6 May.

Camilla will be crowned alongside her husband the King in a historic ceremony in Westminster Abbey.

And she has been given a new look ahead of the occasion.

Madame Tussauds London has unveiled a new waxwork of Camilla, showing her styled in a dark blue gown, and you can see the new figure in its full glory in the video below...

WATCH: See the new waxwork of Queen Consort Camilla in full detail

The statue will stand alongside Charles, the Prince and Princess of Wales, the late Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh in the Throne Room.

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Designer Anna Valentine recreated the outfit she designed for Camilla's attendance at the Diplomatic Reception in 

December 2022, paired with a royal blue sash, star of the Order of the Garter and replica of the Belgian sapphire tiara owned by the Queen.

A waxwork figure of Queen Consort Camilla in navy blue gown© Jonathan Short
The new Queen Consort Camilla waxwork has been unveiled

Tim Waters, general manager of Madame Tussauds, said: "Whilst for many people this will be their first experience of a coronation, the coronation of King Charles III will be the eighth that Madame Tussauds London has celebrated.

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"We're incredibly proud of our centuries-long link with the Palace and what better way to mark the official start of this new chapter in the history of the British monarchy than with the creation of our brand new soon-to-be Queen Camilla to stand alongside her husband, the King."

Two artists working on waxwork figures of King Charles and Queen Consort Camilla© Jonathan Short
The waxwork figures were lovingly created

It comes after the flagship museum in the capital opened a new Royal Palace experience in the lead-up to the coronation on May 6.

Visitors will be invited to sign a coronation book which will be preserved in the attraction’s archives.

Just recently, Camilla's son, Tom Parker Bowles, appeared on The News Agents podcast and made rare revelations about his mother, including the two ingredients that are likely to be banned from the coronation menu next month.

Waxwork figures of King Charles in black suit and Queen Consort Camilla in navy blue gown© Jonathan Short
Madame Tussauds is on its eighth monarch

Asked by hosts Emily Maitlis and Jon Sopel about the food the 75-year-old would not like served, Mr Parker Bowles said: "Chilli, garlic. I think that garlic can make your breath smell somewhat so I think just for purely social reasons you wouldn't have garlic."

He added: "She doesn't like chilli. She doesn't like massive spice. And I think if you're walking around, and I do not speak from experience on this, but you're walking around and meeting lots of people… I think you have to be a little bit careful not to get the tummy too excited."

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