Bumping into just one of them on the street would be a surprise, so you can understand this dog walker’s shock when she found Donald Trump, the Duchess of Sussex and Taylor Swift standing side by side in central London.
Also hanging around were Prince Harry, Victoria Beckham and Beyoncé… or rather their waxwork images.
They were all in a socially-distanced queue – a promotional stunt for the reopening of Madame Tussauds this weekend.
Waxworks of the Queen – who was having her make-up reapplied – and Boris Johnson were also stood outside the museum in Marylebone.
Donald Trump, wearing a facemask, the Duchess of Sussex and Taylor Swift stand side by side in central London for the re-opening in Londonn Madame Tussauds
A Madame Tussauds worker puts the finishing touches on the Queen’s face as the popular tourist attraction reopens
The stars were all in a socially-distanced queue – a promotional stunt for the reopening of Madame Tussauds this weekend
The wax figures of Trump (left) and Johnson (right) were the only famous faces sporting masks in the star-studded queue
Artists put the finishing touches to wax figures of Britain’s Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Britain’s Meghan, Duchess of Sussex
Mr Johnson and, surprisingly, Mr Trump’s faces were even covered with PPE masks, a reminder of these post-lockdown times.
Madame Tussauds closed on March 20 but will reopen tomorrow with social distancing measures in place.
Strict social distancing measures will be in place to ensure the safety of guests and staff, said the general manager of Madame Tussauds London, Tim Waters.
He said: ‘We’re encouraging guests to wear their facemasks when they come into the building.
Madame Tussauds closed on March 20 but will reopen tomorrow with social distancing measures in place
A waxwork of Dwayne Johnson outside Madame Tussauds London to mark the tourist attraction’s reopening after more than four months of closure
‘There’ll be temperature checks as they enter as well.
‘And they’ll be able to see our staff who are wearing facemasks as well.
‘We’ve also limited capacity to ensure that we can make sure that there’s social distancing as we go through the attraction.’
The wax figures of Trump and Johnson were the only famous faces sporting masks in the star-studded queue.