In the run up to next month's Diamond Jubilee, there have been all sorts of tributes paid to the second-longest reigning monarch in British history.
The latest is a brand new waxwork of the 86-year-old Queen, unveiled on Monday at Madame Tussaud's in London.
Created by sculptor Steven Swales and a team of 20, the waxwork, as it should do, represents an updated impression of Her Majesty.
The figure cost approximately £150,000 to create, due in part to the white lace dress which is studded with 53,000 Swarovski crystals.
Rumours that she could be used as a decoy for less exciting royal visits are unconfirmed.
Click through the slideshow below to see more pictures of the new waxwork...