The wax tot lies before the star couple's figures in the famous 'Pots & Pans Band' T-shirt she was photographed wearing in her first magazine cover shot for a new display.
Madame Tussaud's bosses have even found the perfect soundtrack for the waxwork family scene--African lullabies.
A statement from the museum adds Shiloh will sport "Mom's signature pouty lips and delicate features" and "will lie peacefully inside a woven bassinet" in her "very own African-themed nursery."
Guests are encouraged to pose for a 'family photo' with the three figures, of which $1 per picture will be donated to the UN children's fund UNICEF. Jolie is a goodwill ambassador for the United Nations.
Shiloh--born in Namibia in May--is the first baby to be given a waxwork honor.
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