Sculptors at Madame Tussaud's in New York have paid tribute to Hollywood's top family by recreating Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's baby SHILOH in wax to join her parents' likenesses in the famous museum. The wax tot lies before the star couple's figures in the famous 'Pots + Pans Band' T-shirt she was photographed wearing in her first magazine cover shot for a new display. Madame Tussaud's bosses have even found the perfect soundtrack for the waxwork family scene - African lullabies. A statement from the museum adds Shiloh will sport "Mom's signature pouty lips and delicate features" and "will lie peacefully inside a woven bassinet" in her "very own African-themed nursery." Guests are encouraged to pose for a 'family photo' with the three figures, of which $1 (55 pence) per picture will be donated to the UN children's fund Unicef. Jolie is a goodwill ambassador for the United Nations. Shiloh - born in Namibia in May (06) - is the first baby to be given a waxwork honour.