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BY Mildred Europa Taylor, 10:30am January 27, 2023,

Science says British-Zimbabwean actor Regé-Jean Page is world’s most handsome man

Actor Regé-Jean Page moved from the world of British television to Hollywood. Photo: Netflix

Regé-Jean Page has been declared the world’s most handsome man. The British-Zimbabwean actor was analyzed against ancient scientific research, the Greek Golden Ratio of Beauty Phi, which measures physical perfection, Evening Standard reported.

Harley Street facial cosmetic surgeon Dr. Julian De Silva used this ancient method and Page was found to be 93.65 percent accurate. Actor Chris Hemsworth followed with 93.53 percent. Then came Michael B. Jordan with 93.46 percent and singer Harry Styles scoring 92.30 percent.

De Silva used computerized mapping techniques to produce the list. “These brand new computer mapping techniques allow us to solve some of the mysteries of what it is that makes someone physically beautiful and the technology is useful when planning patients’ surgery,” the cosmetic surgeon explained.

De Silva said Page came out first because of his classically beautiful face and gorgeous brown eyes. “He had easily the highest score for his eye spacing and the positioning of his eyes also scored highly. His perfectly shaped lips also scored highly and the only mark he got that was slightly lower was for his nose width and length.”

Recently, almost everyone was swooning over Page’s romance with Phoebe Dynevor in the Shondaland-produced Netflix series, Bridgerton. He played Simon Basset, the Duke of Hastings, and became everyone’s latest Netflix obsession. 

Page was born in 1990 to a Zimbabwean nurse and an English preacher. When he was 14, he and his family moved to London. Growing up in different cultures has had a tremendous impact on his idea of home to date.

“Home is very much wherever it is that your people are and where you fit in,” he told Interview magazine. What’s more, growing up biracial made him feel like a “walking political statement.” He told The Guardian that being a mixed-race child in Zimbabwe at a time it had just gained independence from British colonialism “means that you have to think about crafting your own identity and you question why you belong in that world.”

Last Edited by:Mildred Europa Taylor Updated: January 27, 2023


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