This waxwork was unveiled in 2005, and Madame Tussauds worked with the royals closely to create it, spending three months and more than $150,000 on it.
Donning the looks they wore to the BAFTA dinner in LA, the wax Duke and Duchess of Cambridge posed at Madame Tussauds in London.
Wax Will and Kate were all smiles.
These waxy Will and Kates re-created the engagement announcement.
Kate got some finishing touches.
If you look fast, you might mistake these two for the real deal.
Some scantily clad women known as "the cheeky girls" posed with William's waxwork during the Fabulous Gay Weddings Launch Party in London.
In 2006, Madame Tussauds unveiled new waxworks of Prince William and brother Harry in London.
Wearing their outfits from the Ark dinner in 2011, wax Will and Kate looked pretty sharp!
In November 2006, William and Harry went on tour to NYC.
A girl got close to William's waxwork in London in 2005.
The wax Prince William gave a side glance in NYC.
Workers at Madame Tussauds got Wills into position.
Wax-figure Will got some love from a fan.
Even wax figure Will is a draw for the press.
In 2007, Madame Tussauds had Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, join William and his brother and father.
Madame Tussauds in Amsterdam re-created the outfits Will and Kate wore to the premiere of War Horse last year.
Little kids took in Will and Kate in wax form.
Prince William got a kiss from a fan — too bad for her it was only his wax figure.
Wax Pince William and Kate got patriotic with England scarves and flags.