Normally I balk at wax figures (poorly) made in the Duchess of Cambridge's likeness, but in this case I'll make an exception.
According to the Evening Standard, the royal family has granted Madame Tussauds London permission to dress their wax figures in ugly Christmas sweaters (or "jumpers," as they're called in the U.K.).
To top things off, four real corgis (the Queen's favorite breed) were brought in to pose alongside the figures.
Not only is the sight of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge fitting into one gingerbread sweater entertaining, but the whole exhibit will raise money for Save The Children.
Last December, the campaign asks visitors to pay an extra £2 to wear their most obscene ugly sweaters on Christmas Jumper Day (Dec. 16).
Save the Children's Helen Wiltshire joked during a press conference today that Her Majesty might be inspired by her wax figure's sweater and "feel inspired to do her annual speech in a more laid back get-up this year."
Seriously, though. That gingerbread sweater Bill and Cath are sharing is just....weird.