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Madame Tussauds Orlando has welcomed President-Elect Donald Trump’s wax figure. The figure is now on display in the Orlando attraction’s Oval Office themed room, just ahead of Inauguration Day in Washington D.C.
It took artists and sculptors six months to create the figure, from the sculpting of the clay head to the insertion of thousands of individual hairs, to create the lifelike representation found in Madame Tussauds wax figures. The figure is one of four made in London. One remains in London and the three other lifelike waxworks of The Donald have been transported to Washington DC, New York and Orlando to mark Mr Trump’s inauguration on Friday.
Standing in a characteristically confident pose in a trademark navy suit adorned by a Made in America flag lapel pin and a red tie, the statue takes over from Barack Obama, who will be leaving the White House tomorrow.
Trump is the first president to have already had a famed Madame Tussauds wax figure. He conducted a detailed sitting for his previous figure at Trump Tower New York in 1997 where Madame Tussauds artists took hundreds of measurements and photographs for reference.
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