Twilight star Bella Swan at London Madame Tussauds - for 2 days only

14:10 12 March 2012

Madame Tussaud

Madame Tussaud's first ever ice sculpture of Twilight's Bella Swan

Twilight’s Bella Swan has become a real “cold skin” as she takes her place alongside other stars of the vampire films at Madame Tussauds.

Actress Kristen Stewart has been sculpted in ice to stand next to figures of her real-life boyfriend Robert Pattinson (who plays Edward Cullen) and Taylor Lautner (Jacob Black).

It is the first ice sculpture to be displayed at the London attraction and marks the DVD release of the latest Twilight film, Breaking Dawn - Part 1 in which Bella is frozen in time by becoming immortal.

But unlike her screen persona, Stewart’s figure will have a finite life and will be on display for just two days.

Pattinson’s figure has already been popular and Lautner was added recently at the suggestion of visitors.

Tussauds model-maker Roger Mackay was putting the finishing touches to the sculpture this morning.

The DVD of Breaking Dawn - Part 1 was released today.

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