Kim Kardashian, whose wax-on body was created taking a selfie, had been unveiled in early July. The museum that holds all of these famous life-like figures, took she and Kanye on a tour of London where they had tourists and more, thinking that the couple was; Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, Tower Bridge, Millennium Bridge, the London Eye, and Piccadilly Circus.
One of the fans had honestly thought that she’d interrupted a filming of, Keeping Up With The Kardashians. That’s despite the fact that there were no bodyguards, camera crews and no other Kardashians.
“They are just so real. I really thought they were filming for the TV show,” says Fraser Abel, 15. “I can’t believe they are not flesh and blood; just too too good.”
Each lifelike figure took four months to complete and each a staggering £150,000 [roughly, $230K] to create.
The process involves referencing precise body measurements, several layers of paint to build up skin tones, and real head hairs inserted one by one into the figure.