Actress Zoe Saldaña is super happy! She just unveiled her wax figure at the Madame Tussauds Museum in Hollywood and of course she did it along her closest relatives.

Saldaña posed before a cloud of photographers next to her wax double, a work that took six months to complete. The figure was dressed in the same Versace ensemble she used at the 2015 Oscars, a donation made by the own artist.  Zoe was wearing a Roland Mouret design for the event that night. 

"I have many feelings. I have had to say to myself: Do not faint, don’t cry and, above all, don’t vomit. I am extremely nervous," the "Guardians of the Galaxy" actress confessed while accompanied by her mother, grandmother and her husband Marco Perego.

She acknowledged that the wax figure is taken as a tribute for her two decades in the cinema, a work that has given her a privileged life even though she has carried out great sacrifices referring to the time she has to invest on her career.

"I spend a lot of time away from my family, but I do everything for the art. I feel like an artist since I get up and I go to bed. Knowing that this effort is being recognized gives me the strength to continue with even more desire," she explained.

Zoe also clarified that one of her main life goals is to be a good example for her children.

"My family reminds me that I am always present, even if I am not physically there. It gives me peace to travel. I have asked the universe to give my best to return with my children and give them an example of what it is to have passion and push,” she said.

During the event she also advice parents revealing her inspiration and focus changed after having babies.

"I think it's a nice message for working parents who spend time away from their children. The best example that can sometimes be given is letting them see that sacrifice that you give for your dreams, so that they learn to achieve theirs too," she added.

The actress also announced that she would begin filming the four sequels of Avatar this summer. "We're going to start filming this summer," said the Dominican-born Puerto Rican performer, who confirmed that the four films, directed by James Cameron and produced by Jon Landau, will be filmed uninterrupted.

"But we're going to have flexibility. James and Jon are close friends and they know I have my family. I'm going to shoot for the first time in three years in Los Angeles and I can have that life where I get up, I make breakfast for my children, I send them to school, I ride my car, I drive to work and I return. I'm looking forward to that," she concluded.