The Waxing of Shiloh
Shiloh, “the world’s most famous baby,” per Madame Tussauds, will be unveiled in wax form to the public on Wednesday.
The figure, complete with her mother’s “signature pouty lips and delicate features,” will be displayed in an “African-themed nursery,” where it will rest “peacefully” in a woven basket, according to the museum’s description.
Wax figures of Pitt and Jolie will stand proudly over their waxen daughter. Wax versions of Shiloh’s siblings, on the other hand, did not make the cut for the family tableau.
Visitors to the New York exhibit will have the opportunity to pose for a photo with the waxen Jolie-Pitt clan–almost as if they had journeyed to Namibia themselves.
In recognition of the family’s commitment to philanthropy, Madame Tussauds has even pledged to donate $1 of the proceeds from every photo purchased to UNICEF.
The charitable donations to be earned through photos of her waxen alter-ego are just another act of goodwill that can be attributed to Shiloh.
At only two months old, the celebrated tot has already raised millions for her parents’ charities of choice via her very first baby photos, which were auctioned off to the highest bidder–namely, People magazine.
Her birth further inspired her parents to donate $300,000 to hospitals in the region where she was born and $15,000 for a school and community center.
Which, in this day and age, is not an unimpressive feat.