'Bridgerton' alum Regé-Jean Page's face is nearly perfect, according to at least one plastic surgeon's mathematical metric
According to a UK-based plastic surgeon, Regé-Jean Page is the most handsome man in the world.
Dr. Julian De Silva measured Page's face against the "golden ratio."
However, there's no scientific evidence that the ratio signifies beauty.
According to a UK-based plastic surgeon, actor Regé-Jean Page is the most handsome man in the world, given his face's alignment with the Greek "golden ratio."
Dr. Julian De Silva, whose website describes him as a facial cosmetic surgeon, has posted similar claims in the past. He measured several celebrity faces against the mathematical ratio, including Page, Harry Styles, and Chris Evans, in his most recent round of posts on Instagram.
"The 34-year-old British actor actor - Simon Basset, the Duke of Hastings in the hit Netflix series - was found to be 93.65% accurate to the Greek Golden Ratio of Beauty Phi - which measures physical perfection," De Silva wrote in the post.
De Silva wrote that Chris Hemsworth came in second with 93.53% accuracy to the ratio, while Michael B. Jordan was in third with 93.46% accuracy. De Silva has repeatedly conducted such studies over the years, using the ratio to claim in 2016 that Amber Heard had the "most beautiful face in the world" and in 2017, George Clooney. He also concluded in 2018 that Daniel Craig was the least attractive actor to play legendary spy James Bond.
Per the Encyclopedia Britannica, the "golden ratio" is an irrational number that's approximately equal to 1.618. As Insider previously reported, the idea of applying the ratio for aesthetic purposes traces back to 19th century German psychologist Adolf Zeising.
However, as mathematician Keith Devlin told Insider in 2015, there isn't evidence that the "golden ratio" occurs naturally in humans, nor that it signifies aesthetic beauty. And as Insider reported in 2016, mockups of faces that are perfectly accurate to the ratio can, in fact, come off as a bit creepy.
Still, that doesn't mean that Page isn't handsome. Fans of his work can next check out the "Bridgerton" alum in the film "Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves," set for release on March 31.
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