Kate Middleton is already pretty famous, and yet the princess has perhaps reached new heights this week as a doll designer added her to his roster.
On Friday, Daily Mail revealed that 53-year-old Noel Cruz, who redesigns dolls to look like celebrities, has begun to create models for the royal family.
Cruz purchases Barbie dolls and then adds paint, new hair, and new clothes to richly bring the faces of famous individuals to life. In fact some of his creations for stars like Marilyn Monroe and Johnny Depp look more realistic than some of the more famous wax figures found in museums.
Princess Kate, as well as her late mother-in-law Princess Diana, are just the latest figures Cruz has added to the collection. It takes roughly eight hours for him to get the dolls just right. He then sells them online for up to $5,100.
While Kate and Diana are two of England's most recognizable faces, Cruz could go on to replicate the entire royal family.
Prince William and Princess Kate will welcome the newest addition to their family this year with the birth of their second child in April.
The prince and princess are already parents to one-year-old George, who recently celebrated Christmas with his parents, aunt, uncles, and grandparents at Amner Hall just a few miles away from Queen Elizabeth at Sandringham Estate in Norfolk.