Regé-Jean Page is the most handsome man in the world, according to science
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We knew it when Bridgerton first arrived on Netflix and we know it now; Regé-Jean Page is the most handsome man in the world.
And this isn't just an opinion - even though I wouldn't necessarily disagree with it. It's actually according to science, so it must be true.
The 34-year-old has been declared the world's most handsome man thanks to the Greek Golden Ratio of Beauty Phi - a literal scale for measuring physical perfection.
Knowing the Greek Golden Ratio of Beauty Phi exists might be a bit anxiety-inducing for us regular folk, but Page obviously has nothing to worry about thanks to his near 100 percent score on the scale.
The Golden Ratio is based on a mathematical equation which was devised by the Greeks in an attempt to measure beauty, but it can actually be applied to anything. It claims that the closer the ratios of a face or body are to the number 1.618 (Phi), the more beautiful they become.
Page's new title comes thanks to work by Harley Street facial cosmetic surgeon Dr Julian De Silva, who used the latest computerised mapping techniques to come up with his list.
The Bridgerton star was joined in the top 10 by a lot of other very attractive humans, including Dwayne Johnson (86.07 percent), Henry Golding (87.98 percent), George Clooney (89.91 percent), Chris Evans (91.92 percent) and Robert Pattinson (92.15 percent), who came in 10th to sixth, respectively, on the list of the world's most handsome men.
English football player Jude Bellingham managed to make it into the top five with a score of 92.22 percent on the Golden Ratio, followed by Harry Styles with 92.30 percent.
But please, if you're a hardcore Styles fan who believes he should be in first place, don't come for me - I'm just the messenger.
Rounding out the top three, we have Michael B. Jordan in third place with 93.46 percent, but it was Chris Hemsworth who lost out on the top spot by just a few tiny percentage points.
The Australian actor scored 93.53 percent on the Golden Ratio, but Page took the crown with 93.65 percent.
Dr De Silva, who runs the Centre For Advanced Facial Cosmetic And Plastic Surgery in London, explained Page was 'a narrow winner when all elements of the face were measured for physical perfection'.
It was his 'classically beautiful face and gorgeous brown eyes' that helped cinch it though, as De Silva continued: "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."
Joining Page in the top spots for the most beautiful people is Killing Eve star Jodie Comer, who was determined to be the most beautiful woman in the world when Dr De Silva released the female Golden Ratio last autumn.