WATCH: Charles III's double makes a surprise appearance down under

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Madame Tussaud's in Sydney unveiled its own Windsor dynasty waxworks in Sydney in time for Saturday's coronation of Britain's King Charles III.

The exhibit shows Charles, flanked by the Prince and Princess of Wales and Prince Harry, greeting the Australian public.

Mikayla McGlone, Madame Tussauds Sydney Operations Manager, said: "The king, I mean, the resemblance is absolutely uncanny. You know, the detail that we go into with our figures is incredible. It's taken us nine months to create this figure, hair has been individually inserted.

"The suit itself is a replica of a suit that he's previously worn. And it was actually made by the king's tailor himself, so that, that relationship that we do have with the royal family has given us an incredible opportunity to make sure that the figure is ready for our attraction."