British Prime Minister John Major found a minor flaw when he saw his likeness at Madame Tassaud's wax museum. Major made a quick visit to the London attraction Thursday for the unveiling of his model and had to walk past the image of his predecessor, Margaret Thatcher, to get to his likeness. Major studied his double, which was dressed in a pin-striped suit identical to his own, and said, "I'm sure he's grayer than I am." Major declined photographers' requests to kiss the wax dummy. The prime minister, who turned 48 Friday, plans to take a long Easter break. Officials deny it has anything to do with reports of ill health brought on by long hours during the Persian Gulf war.