The title of the "most beautiful woman in the world" has now been awarded to Jennifer Aniston.
This comes after celebrity hairstylist Chris McMillan shared candid snaps of the Friends star flaunting her ageless beauty in a series of bikini photos.
Chris posted the photos of the 53-year-old actress on his Instagram page.
In the snaps, the actress seemed to enjoy her time in the hairdresser's chair as she flaunted her freshly cut locks.
Jennifer complimented her looks by locking her long silver necklace as she posed for the black and white photographs.
Chris, who has styled the hair of countless other celebrities, including Charlie Puth, Cameron Diaz, and Selma Blair, described his hair-styling techniques for Aniston in the caption.
Unsurprisingly, fans rushed to leave comments under Chris' Instagram grid post of Aniston.
One fan gushed:
"The most beautiful woman in the world [heart eyes emoji] [heart emoji]"
A third added:
"She's absolutely perfect??? Yeah, stunning girl."
This isn't the first time Aniston has been hailed for her beauty.
In 2005, the Los Angeles native was named GQ Magazine's Woman of the Year and topped the People's Most Beautiful Women list in 2016.
And Aniston hasn't been shy about posting bikini snaps to her Instagram followers.
She recently sent the internet into meltdown with her sizzling beachside selfie — where she looked gorgeous as ever in her chic black bikini, which exposed her glowing skin and toned physique.
Besides being renowned for her age-defying looks, the actress uses her platform and celebrity status to speak out on issues close to her heart.
In 2016, she wrote an essay for the Huffington Post on the media's scrutiny women are put through.
She decided to write about the subject after she became exhausted with the gossip surrounding whether she was pregnant or not.
The essay, titled For the Record, delivered a damning assessment of society's obsession with objectifying women.
"If I am some kind of symbol to some people out there, then clearly I am an example of the lens through which we, as a society, view our mothers, daughters, sisters, wives, female friends, and colleagues."
"The objectification and scrutiny we put women through are absurd and disturbing."
"Little girls everywhere are absorbing our agreement, passive or otherwise. And it begins early."
"The message that girls are not pretty unless they're incredibly thin, that they're not worthy of our attention unless they look like a supermodel or an actress on the cover of a magazine is something we're all willingly buying into."
"This conditioning is something girls then carry into womanhood."
Her famous colleagues bucked up Aniston's heartfelt essay, and many news outlets praised her opinion piece.
Harper's Bazaar even called the essay"powerful."