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Wax figures by Madame Tussauds are in front of the attraction before the reopening


Models of social distancing: Waxwork stars from Madame Tussauds stand in front of the attraction before the reopening

  • Donald Trump, Meghan Markleand Taylor Swift were lined up in an advertising stunt
  • Madame Tussauds will reopen this weekend after four months of closure
  • Strict social distancing measures are taken to ensure the safety of guests

It would be a surprise to meet only one of them on the street. So you can understand the shock of this dog walker when she saw Donald Trump, the Duchess of Sussex and Taylor Swift standing side by side in central London.

Prince Harry, Victoria Beckham and Beyoncé also hung around … or rather their wax pictures.

They were all in a socially distant queue – a stunt for the reopening of Madame Tussauds this weekend.

Wax figures of the queen – who could be put on her face again – and Boris Johnson were also in front of the museum in Marylebone.

Donald Trump, wearing a face mask, the Duchess of Sussex and Taylor Swift stand side by side in central London for the reopening in London Madame Tussauds

An employee of Madame Tussauds puts the finishing touches on the queen when the popular tourist attraction reopens

The stars were all in a socially distant queue - an advertising stunt for the reopening of Madame Tussauds this weekend

The stars were all in a socially distant queue – an advertising stunt for the reopening of Madame Tussauds this weekend

The wax figures of Trump (pictured) and Johnson were the only famous faces with masks in the star-studded queue

Boris Johnson's wax figure

The wax figures of Trump (left) and Johnson (right) were the only famous faces with masks in the star-studded snake

The artists put the finishing touches on the wax figures of the British Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, and the British Meghan, Duchess of Sussex

The artists put the finishing touches on the wax figures of the British Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, and the British Meghan, Duchess of Sussex

Mr. Johnson and surprisingly Mr. Trump's faces were even covered with PPE masks, a reminder of those times after the ban.

Madame Tussauds closed on March 20, but will reopen tomorrow with social distancing measures.

According to Tim Waters, General Manager of Madame Tussauds London, strict social distance measures are being taken to ensure the safety of guests and employees.

He said, “We encourage guests to wear their face masks when they enter the building.

Madame Tussauds closed on March 20, but will reopen tomorrow with social distancing measures

Madame Tussauds closed on March 20, but will reopen tomorrow with social distancing measures

A wax figure of Dwayne Johnson in front of Madame Tussauds London on the occasion of the reopening of the tourist attraction after more than four months of closure

A wax figure of Dwayne Johnson in front of Madame Tussauds London on the occasion of the reopening of the tourist attraction after more than four months of closure

»There will also be temperature tests when they occur.

“And they will be able to see our employees who also wear face masks.

"We also have limited capacity to ensure that there is social distance when we walk through the attraction."

Trump and Johnson's wax figures were the only famous faces with masks in the star-studded snake.

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