Donald Trump at Madame Tussauds – the story behind the wax-works

Donald Trump at Madame Tussauds

Donald Trump at Madame Tussauds – everyone is welcome to meet him in the ‘Oval Office’. The famous wax-works company is among the first to recognise Mr Trump.  Crowds are expected to show up to meet him and to see how he looks

Madame Tussauds have got in quick with a wax figure of Donald Trump – now President – at their London venue.  They unveiled the finished wax works On Wednesday January 16 and since then queues have formed to get a look.

The controversial Republican now resides in the Oval Office of Tussauds which is alongside other famous politicians and global figures. It is unknown whether the real Donald Trump will be admired by world leaders or not.  But he has a lot of confidence and promises the best for America and its people.

Tussaud’s are offering visits to meet Donald Trump in the ‘Oval Office’ and say don’t hesitate to take your camera and a selfie with the man himself.  You may not be able to speak to him.

Take a look at how Trump has come together in the famous wax-works centre. We’ve also included some recent sound-bites of the President at a news conference 11 January 2017 in New York.


Artists began creating the wax figure of Trump when Americans voted him to become the 45th Commander-in-chief back in September. When the results were confirmed, Tussauds team of highly skilled sculptors, hair inserters and makeup artists set out to ensure the wax figure was completed in time for the historical event which takes place on Friday 20th January at the US Capitol in Washington.

Is it a good likeness?  Your views and comments are welcome.


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