HER figure-hugging dresses and sharp attire have made Queen Letizia a worldwide fashion icon, but her ever-evolving look is creating problems for a Spanish waxworks.
A model of the leggy queen is being changed for a third time at the Wax Museum of Madrid to ensure it looks up to date.
The original waxwork featured Letizia after her 2004 marriage to King Felipe IV.
But a 2009 replacement was made to take into account a nose operation which the royal household claimed was for health reasons.
Letizia’s third waxwork is due to appear by the end of 2015 and will capture the mother-of-two’s appearance at King Felipe’s 2014 coronation.
And Letizia is closing in on the waxwork museum’s record, with only Ronaldo’s model changed more often.
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