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Science has spoken: Regé-Jean Page is the most beautiful man in the world

Is beauty really only in the eye of the beholder? Yes and no. Science said: Regé-Jean Page he has all it takes to be crowned the world’s most handsome man because there are precise parameters to establish whether a face has harmony, symmetry and features considered fascinating. The says it Greek Golden Ratiowhich measures physical perfection and gives the 34-year-old actor a score of 93.65%, closely followed by Chris Thor Hemsworth, Michael B. Jordan (from March 2 to the cinema for his debut behind the camera for Creed III) and Harry Styles.

How this mind-boggling result was calculated is easy to explain: plastic surgeon Julian De Silva uses a computer mapping technique with a series of parameters. For example the length of the nose, the position of the eyes, the prominence of the chin, the fullness of the lips, the shape of the forehead and the shape of the face.

The doctor, who manages in London the Center For Advanced Facial Cosmetic and Plastic Surgery, is convinced that unfathomable mysteries can be solved using logic and mathematics. «Regé won for her classic beauty which gives him an incredible face capable of framing gorgeous brown eyes. He easily earned the top score also thanks to the distance between the eyes and their position, as well as the perfect shape of the mouth. Only the length and width of the nose achieved a slightly lower result.

It is therefore no coincidence that Armani Beauty has chosen this British statuette, the most beautiful man in the world, as the new face of the fragrances Armani Code. The reason? According to King George himself, the actor «is capable of living and interpreting the nuances of gentle, unostentatious masculinity». For his part, Regé-Jean Page applauds the «relaxed and effortless style of the brand» and conquers the campaign created by the French director Manu Cossu and the English photographer Damon Baker.

An idyllic marriage, in short, like the one between her Duke of Hastings and Daphne (Phoebe Dyvenor) in the Netflix costume series Bridgerton, based on the novels by Julia Quinn (Mondadori). Not at first, of course, and not immediately, but the two then embodied a modern love while living in a Regency setting. And let it not be said that it is only the scene of the famous spoonful of ice cream licked with greed that determined the fortune of the character.

Currently Regé-Jean Page ranks among the favorite candidates as the new James Bond in place of Daniel Craig, but in the meantime arrives at the cinema with Dungeons & Dragons – Honor for Thievesin theaters from March 30, alongside Chris Pine and Hugh Grant.

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Source: Vanity Fair

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