Mirror mirror on the wall, who’s fairest lady of them all? If you were to ask People magazine that question, their answer would be Beyonce. Yup, Blue Ivy’s baby mama scored the cover of their annual “Most Beautiful Woman” issue. But Tr3s fave Sofia Vergara got some pretty high marks too!
Ten women in all were featured in People‘s “Most Beautiful” gallery. Beyonce certainly looked amazing in her shot, flossing a sultry white sun dress and turquoise jewelry. Now 30-years-old (and a proud mama), she reflected about her idea of beauty.
“I feel more beautiful than I’ve ever felt because I’ve given birth,” she told the mag. “I have never felt so connected, never felt like I had such a sense of purpose on this earth.”
Sofia‘s next on the list and it’s easy to see why. Amazingly, the Modern Family star will be turning 40 in July, though you could hardly tell by her flawless skin. Vergara is actually quite proud of her age and the fact that she’s old enough to have a 19-year-old son.
“I am on these lists for ‘best ass’ or ‘most beautiful’ with women like Mila Kunis, who’s, like, 20 years old,” she jokingly said. “I have a son that age!”
Charlize Theron got a prominent feature as well and definitely came off humble in her interview. She told People how she spent her early life as an “ugly duckling” and didn’t really blossom until her teens.
One of the youngest ladies on the list is 23-year-old Lily Collins. Fresh off her role as Snow White, the striking brunette certainly has some fantastic genes. And with a dad like Phil Collins, you’ve got to wonder if she’s got some musical talent as well.
Other beauties include Mission: Impossible‘s Paula Patton, indie film queen Michelle Williams, and the one-and-only Kate Middleton! Oh yes, the newest royal bride got a mention too and not just for her looks. The magazine praised her unique sense of style and her charitable personality.
And one other noteworthy addition is Revenge star Madeline Stowe. At age 53, she’s the oldest woman on the list and living proof that you can look glamorous at any age.
By Michael Lopez