Melania Trump‘s wax figure has been officially unveiled at Madame Tussauds.
This happened today, on Wednesday — with former White House press secretary, Sean Spicer introducing the first lady figurine to the world.
Melania’s effigy, dressed in a knee-length, long-sleeved, royal blue dress, stays true to the style the former model has cultivated throughout her time as first lady.
The statue even includes several trademark details of Melania’s look, including her signature blowout and the French manicure she likes to wear.
While the real Melania’s hands have been the object of much attention lately—as she has appeared reluctant to hold her husband’s hand in public several times—her wax replica has both hands safely clenched on each side of her body.
The faux Melania also wears beige pumps, similar to the designer heels the first lady often favors, and sports her usual smoky eye and nude lip, replicating Melania’s favorite make-up look.
Melania Trump‘s wax figure is set up next to her husband’s, which was unveiled in January last year, in a decor that makes it look as though President Donald Trump and his wife are standing in the Oval Office.
President Trump has faced allegations of infidelity over the past few months, and has been accused of cheating on Melania with former Playboy model Karen McDougal and porn actress Stormy Daniels.
The Trumps’ wax figures at Madame Tussauds are not the first life-sized replicas of the first couple to have made their debut.
A wax museum in Madrid, Spain was the first to open an exhibit featuring both Trumps, cutting the ribbon on July 20, 2017.