Actor Regé-Jean Page is the most handsome man in the world, according to research.
A cosmetic surgeon has found that the “Bridgerton” star’s face is 93.65% accurate to the Greek Golden Ratio of Beauty Phi
The Golden Ratio – which is a ratio of roughly 1.618 – measures the symmetry of a person’s face and determines their apparent attractiveness.
Other hunky men who follow close behind Page include Chris Hemsworth with 93.53% and Michael B. Jordan with 93.46%.
Harry Styles came in fourth at 92.30% and British soccer player Jude Bellingham came in hot at 92.22%.
The data was compiled by Dr. Julian De Silva, a British facial cosmetic surgeon.
De Silva used computer technology to calculate the proportions of Page’s face.
Dr. De Silva told Metro: “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,” the physician went on.
“He had easily the highest score for his eye spacing and the positioning of his eyes also scored highly,” he added of the “Gray Man” star.
The doctor added: “His perfectly shaped lips also scored highly and the only mark he got that was slightly lower was for his nose width and length.”
Page left the Netflix romance drama after the first season in 2021 after concluding his career-making role as the Duke of Hastings, Simon Bassett.
His exit could pave the way for future roles and he is allegedly in the running to be the next James Bond.
Last year, he even gave his stamp of approval for “Bridgerton” executive producer Shonda Rhimes to recast his role in season three of the show.
“They’re free to do as they like,” the actor told Variety at the time. “Shonda and I had a wonderful conversation at the end of season one. We were quite happy with how we stuck the landing on that one.”
The “Roots” alum then noted how he’s grateful for all the fan love he received for playing the commitment-phobic Simon.
“We did so well on that redemptive arc that people forget that Simon was kind of horrific. He was the best example of a Regency f—-kboy that any of us had come across,” he said.