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Julia Roberts named People's Most Beautiful Woman for record fifth time

20 April 2017, 09:53 | Anna Nguyen

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Julia Roberts was named People magazine's world's most attractive woman for a record 5th time on Wednesday, but the actress said she thought her best years were yet to come.

In the spread, the Oscar victor opened up about her 14-year marriage to cinematographer Danny Moder, her life with kids Hazel and Phinnaeus, 12, and Henry, 9, and the secrets of her ageless beauty.

The magazine announced Roberts' selection on Wednesday.

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People's 28th annual "World's Most Beautiful" double-issue will be on newsstands Friday.

It is the fifth time People magazine have given the title to the 49-year-old beauty.

On a related note, "F.R.I.E.N.D.S" fame Jennifer Aniston was last year's most lovely woman for the magazine. Do you think the list is lacking in diversity?



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