But Theresa May looked positively happy and relaxed - in a model form at least.
While Mrs May has been in power since July a year ago, Madame Tussauds initially said it had no plans to create a waxwork of her while she was an unelected PM.
The head, crafted by principal sculptor Stephen Mansfield, has been dubbed "Theresa Clay" by staff at the famous attraction.
She will join Trump and Merkel outside the attraction's recreation of Downing Street, although if Trump's there they're also going to need to build wax models of 1.2 million protesters setting fire to the surrounding area while holding up rude banners.
Madame Tussauds in London has revealed a sneak peak of its upcoming wax figure of Prime Minister Theresa May.
According to the paper, Mrs May was asked to go and sit for the work, but her office said she was too busy, so it was created from photographs and videos of the former Home Secretary instead. The moulding process takes approximately 170 hours before hair is inserted and colourists add the finishing touches.
The waxwork of Mrs May's predecessor David Cameron was put into storage after he stepped down from the role.
She's appeared in American *Vogue,* been critisised for wearing expensive pants and been snapped wearing millennial pink on holiday and now Theresa May is joining the likes of Prince Harry, Beyonce and Angelina Jolie with a new waxwork figure set to be unveiled at Madame Tussauds later this year.