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Claudia Schiffer gets her own Barbie doll - and it looks exactly like her!

The supermodel announced the exciting news on Instagram


Claudia Schiffer has been immortalised with her very own Barbie doll. The 47-year-old model continues to be one of the most sought-after names in fashion, having previously appeared in advertising campaigns for Chanel, Versace, Balmain, and L'Oreal. Even as 2017 marks her 30th year in fashion, Claudia continues to give models half her age a run for their money, and has recently released a make-up collection, unveiled a book celebrating her time in the industry as well as teamed with Aquazzura on a shoe range.

And now she has her very own Barbie doll, made in her likeness.

Photo: © Instagram

"Thrilled to reveal my very own custom Barbie doll, created by @barbiestyle and inspired by the iconic @vogueitalia shoot with @ellenvonunwerth back in 1994. Wearing one of my favorite @versace_official dresses of all time, this (photo) is also featured in my 30-year career anniversary book @rizzolibooks! Swipe to see more X #CLAUDIA30YEARS #BarbieStyle," the German beauty captioned a snap of her Barbie doppelganger, posted on her Instagram page.

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Decked out in a gold dress with matching shoes, the Barbie's blonde hair is styled into a crimped 'do.

Claudia joins the likes of Ashley Graham, Cindy Crawford and Naomi Campbell in receiving her own Barbie doll, and her post has already garnered close to 14,000 likes.

Photo: © Instagram

Meanwhile, the fashion star is giving fans in New York the chance to meet her on Wednesday, when she signs copies of her self-titled book at the PUBLIC Hotel. She's also stopping by the flagship Saks Fifth Avenue store on Tuesday to promote her footwear line.

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