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Régé Jean-Page becomes “the most beautiful man” in the world according to science

Régé Jean-Page becomes “the most beautiful man” in the world according to science

Régé-Jean Page has been declared the most handsome man in the world, according to ancient scientific research.

The Bridgerton star has been analyzed against ancient scientific research – the Greek golden ratio of beauty.

Regé, 34, rose to fame overnight after playing Simon Basset, the Duke of Hastings in the hit Netflix series, was found to be 93.65 per cent accurate in terms of the golden ratio.

The gray man star was followed by Chris Hemsworth, who earned second place with a 93.53% match.

Michael B Jordan took third place with 93.46% and singer Harry Styles finished fourth with 92.30%.

The data was compiled by a British plastic surgeon, Dr Julian De Silva, who used computer technology to calculate the proportions of Regé’s face.

Talk to metro.co.uk, he said: “These brand new computer mapping techniques allow us to solve some of the mysteries of what makes someone physically beautiful. And technology is helpful when planning patients’ surgery.

“Regé won because of his classic handsome face and gorgeous brown eyes,” added the cosmetic surgeon. “He easily had the highest score…His eye spacing and eye positioning also got high scores.”

Regé is currently on the list of actors announced to play the next agent 007, James Bond.

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