Stunning Images Captured of the Most Attractive People in History
Stunning Images Captured of the Most Attractive People in History

Stunning Images Captured of the Most Attractive People in History

Trista - June 26, 2022

Stunning Images Captured of the Most Attractive People in History
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3. Sir Charles Spencer Chaplin

Also known as Charlie Chaplin, he was mostly known for his comedies, films, and the infamous mustache that a German dictator unfortunately co-opted. His career spanned more than 75 years. Chaplin started from a very young age when his mother was sent to the asylum. He definitely had his good looks to help him along, with his soft, friendly features that seemed kind and gentle, the complete opposite of the slapstick humor he put into his films. He was reported to have had thousands of lovers and married four times.

Stunning Images Captured of the Most Attractive People in History
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2. Frederick Douglass

Frederick Douglass was born into slavery in the early 19th Century and defied society’s standards by teaching himself how to read. In fact, when he wrote his own autobiography, no one believed that a black man could have written it. Douglass fought to free enslaved people. He helped also helped with women’s rights, on top of looking quite handsome. Of course, this is not to overshadow the accomplishments he made throughout his life, but it would be a disservice not to at least mention how good-looking he was.

Stunning Images Captured of the Most Attractive People in History
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1. Empress Sisi

Originally known as Elizabeth, Empress Sisi was the 16-year-old sister of Duchess Helene, whom Franz Josef was initially supposed to marry. But once he took one look at Sisi, he decided to propose to her on the spot, and the rest is history. Sisi was known for having ankle-length dark hair, which she maintained for almost an hour every single day. But she wasn’t just a looks queen. This empress took care of her body with lots of exercises, including horseback riding, fencing, and gymnastics rings. Many speculated, however, that she dealt with depression and an eating disorder, so despite being the Empress of Hungary, her life wasn’t all roses.

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