Kamala Harris will be the first female vice president to be immortalized at New York's famed Madame Tussauds Wax Museum, which NBC News says is due to reveal her resemblance to President Joe Biden's later this year.
The museum gave a little glimpse into the evolution of Harris and Biden paintings made by a team of London studio artists. They created the tape heads and used hundreds of images of their subjects to create an exact resemblance, writes the Denver Channel.
The museum said the heads took six weeks to sculpt and the figures would take between four and six months to finish, the Denver Channel reported.
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"We are honored to create a character for Vice President Harris and to reflect this significant moment in US history for guests at Madame Tussauds New York," said Brittany Williams, spokeswoman for Madame Tussauds.
The outfits Harris and Biden wore at the 46th President's housewarming ceremony are duplicated for their wax figures. Madame Tussauds plans to reveal the numbers later this year and include them in the "Oval Office" experience at Madame Tussauds New York, according to the Denver Channel.