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Thursday 30 July 2015

Game Of Thrones star Emilia Clarke named world's most desirable woman

Published 12/02/2014 | 01:34

AskMen's most desirable women: 1 Emilia Clarke
AskMen's most desirable women: 1 Emilia Clarke
AskMen's most desirable women: 2 Alison Brie
AskMen's most desirable women: 3 Emily Ratajkowski
AskMen's most desirable women: 4 Jennifer Lawrence
AskMen's most desirable women: 5 Emma Watson
AskMen's most desirable women: 6 Kate Upton
AskMen's most desirable women: 7 Kerry Washington
AskMen's most desirable women: 8 Amy Adams
AskMen's most desirable women: 9 Margot Robbie
AskMen's most desirable women: 10 Kate Moss

Game Of Thrones actress Emilia Clarke has been named the world's most desirable woman.

In a global vote for the AskMen website, which saw more than a million votes cast, Clarke was voted top.

Emilia Clarke has been voted the world's most desirable woman
Emilia Clarke has been voted the world's most desirable woman

Clarke has set pulses racing as dragon-rearing Daenerys Targaryen in the hit HBO series largely shot in Northern Ireland.

The poll asked readers to base votes on sex appeal, character and talent to compile its Top 99 most desirable women of 2014 list.

Runner-up was Alison Brie from TV's Mad Men while model Emily Ratajkowski who featured in the video for Robin Thicke single Blurred Lines was third.

Model Cara Delevingne was ranked at 13 and the Duchess of Cambridge was in 35th position.

AskMen's top 10  most desirable woman

  • 1 Emilia Clarke
  • 2 Alison Brie
  • 3 Emily Ratajkowski
  • 4 Jennifer Lawrence
  • 5 Emma Watson
  • 6 Kate Upton
  • 7 Kerry Washington
  • 8 Amy Adams
  • 9 Margot Robbie
  • 10 Kate Moss

Further reading:

Emilia Clarke's smokey eyed look and the Eye of Horus Goddess range

Game of Thrones season 4: New trailer shows a fiercely determined Daenerys Targaryen 

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