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Tussaud's Waxes On Shiloh

The ShowBuzz's Jessica Derschowitz researched and wrote this story.

Suri Cruise may have to rethink being the Greta Garbo of celebrity babies, now that her "rival" has been immortalized in wax.

Shiloh Novuel Jolie-Pitt, the infant daughter of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, is now immortalized in wax at New York's Madame Tussauds Wax Museum at the tender age of 8 weeks old, making her the first infant ever to be presented as a wax figure at the attraction.

Nestled in a woven bassinet and watched over by her famous parents, the wax Shiloh can be seen sleeping peacefully in a white t-shirt and blue pants while soft African lullabies fill her nursery. Guests to the museum can observe the proud parents with their bundle of joy, or even step into the scene for a "family photo."

"Even though she's just a few months old, Shiloh is already an iconic figure in world popular culture," said Janine DiGioacchino, general manager at Madame Tussauds. "We hope to delight our guests with a chance to get closer to the world's most famous family."

Shiloh's adopted siblings, Maddox and Zahara Jolie-Pitt, are absent from the scene.

Keeping in line with Brangelina's love for philanthropy, $1 for every picture purchased with Shiloh and family will be donated to UNICEF.
By Jessica Derschowitz

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