Actor Régé-Jean Page is the most handsome man in the world, according to research.

Cosmetic Surgeon Found ‘Bridgerton’ Star’s Face Is 93.65% Accurate Against Beauty Phi’s Greek Golden Ratio

The golden ratio – which is a ratio of approximately 1.618 – measures the symmetry of a person’s face and determines their apparent attractiveness.

Other muscle men closely following Page include Chris Hemsworth with 93.53% and Michael B. Jordan with 93.46%.

Harry Styles came fourth with 92.30% and British football player Jude Bellingham came out on top with 92.22%.

The data was compiled by Dr Julian De Silva, a British cosmetic facial surgeon.

De Silva used computer technology to calculate the proportions of Page’s face.

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The British actor came in first, ahead of stars like Harry Styles and Chris Hemsworth.
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Dr De Silva told Metro: “These brand new computer mapping techniques allow us to solve some of the mysteries of what makes someone physically beautiful and the technology is helpful when planning patients’ surgery.”

“Regé won because of his classic handsome face and gorgeous brown eyes,” the doctor continued.

“He easily had the highest score for his eye spacing and his eye positioning also scored high,” he added of the ‘Gray Man’ star.

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“Regé won thanks to his beautiful classic face,” said Dr De Silva.
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The doctor added: “His perfectly shaped lips also scored high and the only score he got that was slightly lower was for the width and length of his nose.”

Page left the Netflix romantic drama after the first season in 2021 after concluding his career role as the Duke of Hastings, Simon Bassett.

His exit could pave the way for future roles and he would be in the running to be the next James Bond.

Last year, he even gave his approval to “Bridgerton” executive producer Shonda Rhimes to recast her role in season three of the show.

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Phoebe Dynevor and Regé-Jean Page in the first season of “Bridgerton”.

“They’re free to do whatever they want,” the actor told Variety at the time. “Shonda and I had a wonderful conversation at the end of season one. We were pretty happy with how we landed on that one.

The “Roots” alum went on to note how grateful he was for all the fan love he received for playing commitment-phobic Simon.

“We did this redeeming arc so well that people forget that Simon was pretty awful. He was the best example of a Regency f—-kboy we’ve come across,” he said.

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