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Miranda Kerr gets waxwork at Sydney's Madame Tussauds - picture

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Miranda Kerr has been honoured with a waxwork at Madame Tussauds in Sydney.

The supermodel donated a red Alex Perry dress for the figurine to wear, and the designer was present on Thursday (July 5) for a photoshoot to mark the waxwork's unveiling.

Australian fashion designer Alex Perry adjusts the gown on the new Madame Tussard's wax statue of Australian supermodel Miranda Kerr during a photo shoot in Sydney.

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Perry told Adelaide Now: "It's such an honour that she has chosen her wax figure to wear the scarlet red gown I designed for her. It looked absolutely gorgeous on her then and it still looks sensational on her now.

"I'm delighted that she has been selected by Madame Tussauds to be immortalised in wax - it's such an awesome opportunity."

Kerr originally wore the dress at the David Jones Spring/Summer Fashion Parade last year.

500 individual measurements were taken for the waxwork, which took four months to complete.

Kerr recently took part in a photoshoot for the cover of Harper's Bazaar UK.

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