Dame Helen Mirren is set to be honoured in the Madame Tussauds hall of fame with a waxwork in her likeness.
As many as 20 sculptors will create the wax model at a cost of 150,000 pounds to be unwrapped at the London tourist attraction.
Over 300 body measurements were taken for the statue that will go on display in April, reports the Telegraph.
The Oscar-winning actress was also said to have donated a black lace evening gown she wore to the Crime Thriller Awards in 2008.
The 64-year-old star is up for the run for her third Golden Globe for her performance as Sofya Tolstoy in The Last Station.