"We haven't heard from Downing Street yet. I am hoping that Tony Blair is finding it a little bit amusing - a bit of Christmas spirit. Again in the news stories this year it's all been about Tony Blair following George Bush, particularly into war with Iraq, so that's why we've cast him as the back end of the cow."
The waxwork museum Madame Tussaud's in London has turned US President George W. Bush and British Prime Minister Tony Blair into a pantomime cow for their Christmas display.
Dressed up as a cow from "Jack and the Beanstalk" in a new scene featuring characters from pantomime favourites at the popular London tourist venue - Bush and Blair form a remarkable double act.
Although the US President, being the leader of the world's only super power, gets to play the front end.
The pantomime cow also alludes to Bush's Texan roots.
Communications Manager Diane Moon said on Monday that she hasn't yet heard anything from Downing Street (the British Prime Minister's official residence) about the display, but hoped Blair will take it in the Christmas spirit.
It's not known whether Bush is aware of his latest incarnation.