Regé-Jean Page has officially been named the ‘most handsome man in the world’, according to an ancient scientific theory.
We all know beauty is in the eye of the beholder, which tends to make it tricky to determine who is objectively the most handsome human, but now, in an age where the amount of followers someone has on social media could have people thinking it’s virtually anyone, who is taking the title?
Well, according to what is an ancient – and rather savage – scientific theory, actor Regé-Jean Page has come out on top.
And you can’t argue with science.
Just a couple of months after Liverpool-born actress Jodie Comer was named the most beautiful woman in the world, according to the same scientific theory, now 34-year-old star of the screen and stage, Regé-Jean Page, can add the title of ‘most handsome man in the world’ to his growing list of achievements.
Regé-Jean is, of course, most well-known for his breakout role in the first series of the Netflix period drama Bridgerton.
Aside from that, the London native has been acting professionally since 2001, and has also appeared in BBC’s Waterloo Road, and played a supporting role in the 2022 Netflix action film The Gray Man, as well as being in other TV series like Roots, and ABC’s For the People.
He’s also one of the actors being hotly-tipped to take over Daniel Craig in the iconic role of James Bond.
The Golden Ratio of Beauty Phi was calculated through the undertaking of somewhat questionable and subjective research, before being “pioneered by ancient Greeks”, and then eventually employed by a Harley Street surgeon.
It apparently measures physical perfection, and when analysing people, it takes into account someone’s eyes, eyebrows, nose, lips, chin, jaw and facial shape to give them a percentage rating.
The mathematical equation – which was called the extreme and mean ratio by ancient Greek mathematician, Euclid – is also used in architecture and art too.
The theory gave Regé-Jean 93.65%, which saw him take top spot on the list.
Regé-Jean is most well-known for his breakout role in the first series of Bridgerton / Credit: Netflix
Actors Chris Hemsworth and Michael B. Jordan follow Regé-Jean close behind in second and third place, while Cheshire-born superstar Harry Styles takes the fourth spot, and England footballer Jude Bellingham rounds out the top five.
Dr Julian De Silva – the professional behind the top 10 list, who runs the Centre For Advanced Facial Cosmetic and Plastic Surgery in London – said Regé-Jean’s “classically beautiful face” is why he took the top spot.
Explaining the science behind it, Dr Silva continued: “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.
“Regé won because of his classically beautiful face and gorgeous brown eyes.
“He had easily the highest score… His eye spacing and the positioning of his eyes also scored highly.”
Almost Famous is giving out FREE burgers to Mancs with a very rare birthday next week
Almost Famous is dishing out free burgers in Manchester next week… but it’s only to the people with the rarest birthday of them all.
Leap Day babies, here’s another one for you.
It’s estimated that only around 4.1 million people worldwide were born on 29 February – which, of course, is also known as a Leap Day birthday – and if you just so happen to be one of those unfortunate, or in this case fortunate, people here in Manchester, then you’ll probably want to get yourself down to Almost Famous next week to celebrate.
That’s because the legendary burger joint is commemorating the special day that only comes around every four years by giving away free burger next Thursday.
The catch, however, is that you have to have been born on 29 February to claim the freebie.
Merely days after Manchester’s popular street food hall and social hub, Society, announced that it would be pouring free pints for Leap Day babies on their birthday, now Almost Famous is getting in on the action too by doing what it does best – serving up some of the heartiest burgers in the whole of the city centre.
Rallying up all Leap Day babies on its official social media platforms this morning, Almost Famous wrote: “Calling all Leap Year babies – get a free burger on 29 February with a valid ID proving it’s your birthday. Sometimes the best things only come round every four years.”
Almost Famous’ burgers are known and loved all across the UK, especially here in Manchester, and now, Leap Day babies who’ve missed out on years of celebrating get to reap the birthday benefits.
Almost Famous is giving out free burgers to Mancs with a very rare birthday next week / Credit: Almost Famous | The Manc Group
So-called ‘leapers’ wanting to bag their bargain burger next Thursday will just need to head on down to one of Almost Famous’ two Manchester city centre restaurants – either the Northern Quarter, or the one inside Great Northern Warehouse – and show the staff a valid form of ID that proves they were, in fact, born on that day.
The deal is expected to run all day, from the moment both Almost Famous sites open right until they close, and, as far as we can tell, the free burger offer is redeemable across the whole menu, so there’s a wide choice to pick from.
But don’t forget, like we’ve already mentioned, it’s just for one day only.
So if you want to make the most of it and be sure you don’t miss out, then get yourself down to Almost Famous next Thursday and get scranning.
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Lancashire couple who won £61m EuroMillions jackpot publicly named for first time
A couple from Lancashire who won a whopping £61 million jackpot in the EuroMillions have been publicly named for the first time.
It’s officially Richard and Debbie Nuttall’s lucky day… or we should say lucky life, more like.
The winning couple – who are both 54, from the Lancashire town of Colne, and have been happily married for 30 years – scooped a share of the mega £123 million EuroMillions jackpot in the draw on 30 January earlier this year, and took home a total of £61,708,231.
The Nuttalls were actually on holiday in Fuerteventura celebrating their 30th wedding anniversary when they found out about their life-changing lottery win.
Apparently, the pair mistakenly thought they had only won a measly £2.60, due to some confusion with reading their bank balance, only to find out it was quite the opposite – which led to them being, understandably, “totally stunned”.
“You dream of winning the lottery, but you never think it’s going to be you,” Mr Nuttall told the media at a press conference at Mitton Hall in Whalley, near Clitheroe, yesterday.
Mr Nuttall explained that he was checking his emails while on holiday last year when he found a message from the National Lottery saying he had a £2.60 win in his account, and when he told his wife, she comically responded: “Woo hoo, we can get a bacon butty with that.”
But it turns out, they could actually afford quite a bit more than breakfast.
After receiving the initial message, the couple then went out for the day to explore the stunning Spanish island, before returning to their hotel room only to find another National Lottery message asking them to check the account again.
“I looked and it said ‘you’ve won £61,708,231’, ring this number,” Mr Nuttall admitted, and although he couldn’t quite believe it, the win turned out to be true.
So, what’s next for the Nuttalls then? What are they planning to do with their winnings.
The Lancashire couple who won £61m on the EuroMillions have been publicly named for first time / Credit: Pxhere
Well first, the “dazed” couple have admitted that they have no plans to continue working, with Mrs Nuttall already handing her notice in and Mr Nuttall set to do the same at the end of this tax year, and are already in the process of buying a new house and upsizing to a home that has more room and outdoor space for them and their dog to enjoy.
Mr Nuttall said their lives are going to be “so different” now.
He continued: “We have worked hard all our lives and we are now very much looking forward to taking life a bit easier. But not just that, this win will also change the lives of those closest to us, and hopefully the next generation after that too.”
The Nuttalls also revealed they’ll be making a considerable donation from their winning amount to a charity close to their’s and their family’s hearts – BK’s Heroes, which was set up in their nephew, Ben King’s, memory after he died of a rare condition called Tubular Interstitial Nephritis and Uveitis at the age of 27.
“This charity means so much to our family and we are all involved,” Mr Nuttall concluded.