Princess Diana crowned the most attractive female royal of all time by science

Princess Diana has been crowned the most attractive female royal by science, pictured in Wales, October 1981. (Photo by Jayne Fincher/Getty Images)
Princess Diana has been crowned the most attractive female royal by science, pictured in Wales, October 1981. (Photo by Jayne Fincher/Getty Images)

Princess Diana has been crowned the most attractive female royal of all time, according to science.

Research into what constitutes the ‘perfect face’ has found Princess Diana came closest to scoring 100% based on the Golden Ratio of Beauty Phi, which measures physical perfection.

Prince Harry and Prince William’s mother, who tragically died in a car crash in Paris in 1997 aged 36, was found to be 89% accurate to the Golden Ratio of Beauty Phi – used by the ancient Greeks to gauge attractiveness.

The list was compiled using the latest computerised mapping techniques by facial cosmetic surgeon Dr Julian De Silva, who runs Centre For Advanced Facial Cosmetic and Plastic Surgery and utilises the technology in his work. 

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Alexander McQueen opens in the Miami Design District just in time for you to release those pent up shopping desires

Just want to do something normal? We all do. Something like wandering a beautiful boutique, letting something lux catch your eye, taking that something you’re intrigued with to the dressing room, trying it on, falling in love and then finding a place to wear it.

Visitors to the new Alexander McQueen flagship store can shop luxurious summer-ready accessories.
Visitors to the new Alexander McQueen flagship store can shop luxurious summer-ready accessories.

If that sounds like a dream come true, prepare for the opening of Alexander McQueen in the Miami Design District today. Located at 146 NE 41st St, the store will reflect the house’s new design concept, as envisioned by Sarah Burton, creative director, and architect Smiljan Radic. Expect to find the outside world inside. Woods like oak and walnut in dark and light shades bring a warmth to the space’s walls and floors, while glass cylinders reflect light, bringing a weightlessness to the space. Keep an eye out for the cotton-crete around

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