A new waxwork of Mother of Dragons Daenerys Targaryen of Game of Thrones is the latest arrival at the National Wax Museum in Dublin.

Daenerys is the first GoT character to be unveiled at the venue on the city’s Westmoreland Street but she will be joined eventually by Davos Seaworth, who is played by Irish actor Liam Cunningham on the hit fantasy drama.

The new wax work of Daenerys was unveiled on Wednesday morning and is situated close to the museum’s waxing of Donald Trump and just across the corridor from Thin Lizzy frontman Phil Lynott and his mother Philomena.

According to the Irish Times, the new model of Daenerys, who is played by Emilia Clarke on GoT, took over six months to complete with artist PJ Heraghty using stills, 3-D imaging and video footage to fashion the likeness.

According to the museum, the introduction of the new wax work was scheduled to coincide with the eighth and final season of Game of Thrones.

"It's our first wax work this year and we're delighted to add an extra woman to the museum," Laoise Keaveney of the National Wax Museum told radio station FM104.

"Game of Thrones obviously is huge in Ireland and it's filmed in Ireland and we thought the best thing is to add a woman from Game of Thrones to the museum. She stands in our grand hall of fame now."

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