Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt’s baby went on display Wednesday — at a wax museum.
Two-month-old Shiloh is the first infant re-created in wax by Madame Tussauds and can be seen with her wax parents standing over her at the international museum’s branch in Times Square. A ticket to take a peek at what the museum calls “the world’s most famous baby” costs about $30.
Shiloh, whose lips are pouty like her mother’s, rests in a woven basket in an African-themed nursery.
Visitors can have their photos taken with the famous wax family, and $1 from each photo will be donated to UNICEF.
Jolie and Pitt sold the first picture of the real Shiloh to People magazine, saying all proceeds would be donated to charity. They recently gave $300,000 to help government-run hospitals in Namibia, where Shiloh was born.
Pitt and Jolie, who starred together in “Mr. & Mrs. Smith,” have two other children, Zahara, 1, and Maddox, 4. Those children aren’t on display.