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Royal fans were shocked to see the royal couple out in the capital, but upon close look they realised the duo were not Meghan and Harry but instead actors with waxwork heads and wigs.

The actors, working for Madame Tussauds in Baker Street, donned waxwork heads of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, looking shockingly alike to the royal couple.

On Wednesday, the Meghan and Harry look-alikes took a walk in Battersea Park in south-west London, and were also seen at feasting on a pub lunch at the Sands End pub in Fulham.

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Waxwork Meghan even wore an outfit similar to what the real Duchess would wear – a tucked white linen shirt and dark blue high-waisted jeans.

Meanwhile, Prince Harry donned a light blue collared shirt with dark blue jeans, something the Prince would likely wear on a casual day out.

The pair even walked a real Beagle – the same breed as Meghan’s dog, who lives at Kensington Palace.

The actors were showing off Madame Tussauds’ new live figures feature, allowing spectators to interact with live figures of the royal couple.

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The waxworks were first unveiled on Britain’s Got Talent earlier this month, as Madam Tussaud’s launched “Meghan and Harry LIVE” to enable guests to feel like they are interacting with the real Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

It is believed the actors slip on the wax work heads and wigs over their real faces, creating a realistic impression of the real Meghan and Harry.

Meghan and Harry wax figures were first launched at Madame Tussauds on 18 May, on the eve of the Royal Wedding which took place St George’s Chapel at Windsor.

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The museum’s general manager Edward Fuller previously said: “There is a lot of love out there for Meghan and Harry and we’re following their lead by inviting the great British public to join the couple in their wedding celebrations here at Madame Tussauds London.”