Queen is made to adopt blank expression on Buckingham Palace balcony, the one at Legoland

A 10cm model of the Queen – complete with a crown of real diamonds – will go on display at Legoland next month.

The miniature replica – constructed from Lego bricks and topped with a 1.5 centimetre-high rhodium-coated silver crown encrusted with 48 tiny diamonds – has been made to mark the 60th anniversary of the monarch’s coronation and will be on view at the Windsor theme park from 25-27.

The replica royal – whose headpiece was created by jewellery designer Dinny Hall – will appear on the balcony of a Lego Buckingham Palace alongside similarly faceless Lego models of her husband Prince Philip, son Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, and her grandson Prince William and his wife Duchess Catherine.

The royal men are all wearing military uniforms, while the queen wears a traditional white dress with blue sash, Catherine – who is pregnant with her first child – has been depicted wearing a yellow coat and Camilla wears a blue gown and matching hat.