On the occasion of their wedding anniversary, a couple of years ago Barbie launched a plastic version of Prince William and Kate Middleton, which is now exhibited in Madrid for the faithful fans of the dukes and the iconic doll.

The royal duo is part of a collection of 438 doll variations, belonging to the show "Barbie, beyond the doll", which is exhibited at the Fundación Canal Madrid in Spain. You can also see the pieces designed by Karl Lagerdeld, Elizabeth Taylor and Audrey Hepburn.


The toys are dressed in replicas of the attires worn by the Prince and Duchess of Cambridge on April 29, 2011 at Westimnster Abbey. This includes a beautiful bride minidress just like Middleton's Alexander McQueen design, as well as the Irish Guard uniform worn by Prince William.

Originally, the dolls were on sale in April 2012 at a price of $124 of which $1.2 was donated to the 'Royal National Lifeboat Institution'.

The exhibit, 'Barbie, beyond the doll' of the Fundación Canal, Madrid will be open to the public from February 16 to May 2.

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