Queen Camilla Was Just Presented with Her Very Own Royal Barbie (and the Resemblance Is Spot On)

Step aside, Margot Robbie

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Come on Barbie Queen Camilla, let’s go party.

On Tuesday, the 76-year-old royal hosted the Women of the World reception at Buckingham Palace. Her Majesty was joined by inspiring girls and women in celebration of International Women’s Day (March 8) and to mark the end of the WOW Girls Festival Bus Tour. In addition, the Queen of the Belgians and the Duchess of Gloucester also made a surprise appearance at the event. 

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During the reception, Queen Camilla was presented with her very own Barbie—and to say the plastic doll captured her likeness to a T would be an understatement. (Even the queen’s signature hairstyle was spot on.) The Barbie doll was wearing the exact same outfit the queen wore to the event, which, according to People, consisted of a blue Fiona Clare dress adorned with an Amanda Wakeley coat.

In a photo taken at the event, the queen is beaming while holding her special Barbie doll. The picture was also re-shared on the royal family's Instagram Story, detailing how the Barbie doll came to be. According to the post, the queen was awarded her special Barbie for her “work supporting the Women of the World festival as its President.”

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Upon receiving her Barbie, the queen gave a special thanks to the Women of the World. “Thank you very, very much indeed. It's brilliant,” Queen Camilla said, according to People. Then, she jokingly said, “You've taken about 50 years off my life. We should all have a Barbie!”

In honor of the occasion, the British royal family posted a video montage dedicated to the queen’s Barbie doll on their official IG page. In the caption, the royal fam shared more info about the Women of the World, sharing that the WOW Girls Festival Bus Tour is a “force for change across society in how it sees girls, their potential and the opportunities it offers for their future.”

Now how about a Queen Camilla cameo in the Barbie movie sequel?

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