The roughly 4-inch Lego likeness of Queen Elizabeth II will wear a silver-and-diamond crown less than an inch big to mark the 60th anniversary of the British monarch's coronation.
The Queen of Miniland, as she's called, will show off the crown with 48 cut diamonds that was created by jewelry designer Dinny Hall. The Lego queen first displayed the crown during last year's Diamond Jubilee celebrations.
The real Queen Elizabeth, by the way, was crowned with the almost 5-pound St. Edward's Crown six decades ago at Westminster Abbey in London. Today, the crown resides at the Tower of London for tourists to view as they make their way around the landmark built in 1066.
The little crowned queen will be on display from May 25-27 at the Legoland Windsor Resort in Windsor, England, before heading north to the Legoland Discovery Centre Manchester from May 31 to June 2, the official coronation day. Tickets start at $52 for adults and $42 for children.