Meghan’s waxwork was unveiled shortly before the royal wedding in May 2018 and was positioned alongside Prince Harry in a room dedicated to celebrating their partnership.
But the museum has decided to move Meghan into the “A-list party room” to reunite the 37-year-old with some of her famous friends, including Priyanka Chopra, the Beckhams and Tom Hardy, all of whom attended the wedding.
Prince Harry’s waxwork will be moved back to a dedicated room in the museum for British royals alongside his family members.
Steve Davies, general manager at Madame Tussauds London, said: “At Madame Tussauds London we’re always listening to what people have to say about their favourite stars.
"Meghan continues to carve out her own modern take on life as a royal and we want to mirror her independent celebrity status in the attraction.”
Davies clarified that the new location of Meghan’s waxwork is not permanent.
“It’s not necessarily forever – and we’re not splitting our loved-up couple!” he said.
“We’re just allowing Meghan to mingle in her more-familiar celebrity circle for a while.”
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