Move over David Beckham and Robert Pattinson, because Downton Abbey star Dan Stevens and Prince Charles are officially hotter than you, according to GQ's 2013's Best Dressed Men list, anyway.
Dan, whose character Matthew Crawley was killed off in a shock exit from the ITV1 costume drama at Christmas, triumphed over the Hollywood heartthrobs including Robert Pattinson and Daniel Craig in GQ's annual list.
Dan Stevens topped GQ's annual Best Dressed List, beating the likes of R-Patz - Wenn
''What can I say? We've all got a man crush on Dan," said GQ editor Dylan Jones.
"He dresses like every GQ man should."
Brit-winning chart star Ed Sheeran was named the worst-dressed, followed by Labour MP Jon Cruddas and Katie Price's ex, Alex Reid.
The Duke of Cambridge is 37th best-dressed but his father Prince Charles is ranked streets ahead of him in eighth place – just one place after Hollywood Gucci-wearing hunk Robert Pattinson.
Here, here! Prince Charles beat William in the style stakes by a clear mile - Splash
GQ magazine said William "epitomises true British style", adding: "Has the Duchess of Cambridge upped her husband's fashion game? It would appear so."
But GQ went on to sing Prince Charles' praises with: "despite sticking to a classic uniform, he always looks on trend", adding: "This is a man who knows what he likes, knows how to wear it and sticks with it whatever the prevailing fashions."
Tinie Tempah triumphed in the top five for his dapper style credentials - Wenn
"HRH may be bemused at being a fashion icon, but he's proved himself the king of tailoring,'' they added.
New names to the list include Homeland star Damian Lewis (12), One Direction singer Zayn Malik (17), and Sir Bradley Wiggins at 30.
The top five after Dan is completed by Tom Hiddleston, rapper Tinie Tempah, Radio 1 Breakfast Show host Nick Grimshaw and X Factor presenter Dermot O'Leary.