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Are these the best celebrity beach bodies? Brits choose celebs body parts to create the ultimate beach body

As if you didn’t feel bad enough about your body, myvouchercodes.co.uk has come up with the best combined beach celebrity bodies. As part of their widespread research into all aspects of British life, including body and health issues My Voucher Codes polled both men and women in the UK to find out which British celebrity body parts would make up the ultimate beach body, and some of the answers are startling.

Interested to see which celebrity body parts made the ultimate beach body, My Voucher Codes sifted through the answers and although there were a lot of popular answers such as David Beckham’s face and Kate Middleton’s legs, there were some surprises too including Tom Hardy’s beard and Holly Willoughby’s hair.

For the man, sports stars were the most popular choice with David Beckham, Jack Wilshere and Frank Lampard all included, whereas the woman was spread out over various professions including pop singers, movie stars and presenters. Here is the rundown of those chosen:

Ultimate women’s beach body

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  • Face Shape – Myleene Klass (27%)
  • Eyes & Brows – Keira Knightley (29%)
  • Smile & Dimples – Cheryl Fernandez-Versini (31%)
  • Hair – Holly Willoughby (45%)
  • Stomach – Towie’s Lucy Mecklenburgh (36%)
  • Boobs – Kelly Brook (39%)
  • Legs – Kate Middleton (41%)
  • Arms – Jessica Ennis (36%)

Ultimate man’s beach body

  • Hair – Harry Styles (37%)
  • Face – David Beckham (42%)
  • Beard – Tom Hardy (27%)
  • Torso – Scott Timlin (Geordie Shore) (31%)
  • Arms – Jack Wilshere (38%)
  • Legs – Frank Lampard (35%)

Carrying on from the celebrity beach bodies study, My Voucher Codes also polled 500 people and asked both men and women based in the UK ‘if they could change any body part, what would it be?’

The research found that 45% of those polled would change their stomach over any other body part, fitting, as the UK’s expanding waistlines means that this is also now a concern for health agencies up and down the country too. Legs came in second with just over 12% of the vote and both arms and face came in third with 11.4% of the vote.

In a society that continuously bombards us with images of skinny models and well sculpted sports stars, are we taking the way we look too seriously? Tell us what you think.

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