King Charles III Claims Throne In Madame Tussauds Sydney Ahead Of His Coronation!

by Shreya Rathod
King Charles III Claims Throne In Madame Tussauds Sydney Ahead Of His Coronation!

The British Royal family is probably one of the world’s most famous families. And after the demise of Queen Elizabeth II, her son, King Charles III, is ready to claim the throne on 6th May 2023. On Monday, two days before his official coronation at Westminster Abbey, a brand-new wax replica of King Charles III will assume the role of head of the royal family at Madame Tussauds Sydney.

King Charles III At Madame Tussauds Sydney

As a gesture to Australia’s adoration of the royal family and to commemorate the arrival, the staff at Madame Tussauds Sydney has updated their Royal Academy interactive experience to be “fit for a King.” Currently, this is the only wax replica of King Charles III found outside of the United Kingdom.

Visitors to the attraction will be able to brush up on their royal etiquette and feel as though they have entered the royal palace alongside His Majesty King Charles III, as well as Prince and Princess of Wales. The attraction is complete with brand-new regal theming, including a throne and sceptre.

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The World Leader zone of the Darling Harbour attraction will continue to feature Queen Elizabeth II, while the A-Lister zone will feature Harry and Meghan.

Connection To The Royal Family

According to the Operations Manager, Mikayla McGlone, They are thrilled to extend a royal welcome to the wax figure of King Charles III as the new ruler of the Monarchy. He is eager to see how royal enthusiasts, who have been asking for the king’s figure to appear in our royal setting for years, would react to the stunning likeness.

He further stated that Marie Tussaud, or Madame Tussaud, was a French artist who created wax replicas of the royal family in the 18th century. This connection to them during the French Revolution, when the royals were executed by the guillotine, almost cost her life as well. She was, however, spared because of how valuable her artistic talent was! Nine months have passed since the wax figure of King Charles III began to take shape in the Madame Tussauds London studios.

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With his hands clasped behind his back and poised to greet his audience, his figure strikes one of Charles’ hallmark stances.

Cover Image Courtesy: Madame Tussauds Sydney/ Facebook