This is the creepiest Prince Harry and Meghan Markle news to date

We don't know how we feel about this...

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We don't know how we feel about this...

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tied the knot in May in one of the most star-studded and touching ceremonies in royal history, saying their 'I Dos' at St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle.

But it wasn't just the royal family and A-list royal wedding guests (from the Beckhams and James Blunt to Tom Hardy and Oprah) who were busy on 19th May, with Meghan and Harry's waxworks also proving to have a lot in the diary.

Yes, you read that correctly.

Madame Tussauds London announced earlier this year that they would be immortalising the former Suits actress in wax before the big day, and since her unveiling, the waxwork royal couple have had back-to-back commitments.

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'You guessed it alright! We're so excited to announce that Meghan Markle will be joining Prince Harry at #MadameTussaudsLondon very soon! Hands up if you're living for this LOOK!,' Madame Tussauds posted to their Instagram alongside a photograph of the waxwork couple back in May.

But this weekend, the waxwork couple were back in the spotlight, as they were photographed out and about.

Yes, we told you it was creepy.

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'OMG! Harry and Meghan gave us a sneak peek into what a #DayInTheLife of the Royal newlyweds is like and all we can say is... #CoupleGoals!' posted Madame Tussauds alongside a series of photographs of what looks like real people wearing wax masks of the royal couple.

From holding hands in a restaurant and waving to fans, to taking their dogs for a walk, the waxwork duo frequented London, posing for photos and surprising fans.

Well that was a creepy element to Bank Holiday weekend that no one saw coming.

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