Beyonce Is People Magazine's Most Beautiful Woman In The World

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I have a confession to make. I too was one of those bloggers that thought Beyonce was totally faking her pregnancy last year by stuffing a pillow pet under her shirt, but there’s been something in the past few months that’s made be change my mind. I’m not sure what it is, but I’ve really become a Beyonce fan and not just because her music is really fun to listen to while I’m jogging or that I’m really loving her originality when it comes to her mom style (despite the fact that some elements of it is trying to bring back the early nineties which even the former stars of Beverly Hills 90210 are refusing to co-sign on), but perhaps it’s because she really is a beautiful celebrity mother. And all of those make-up less photos on her Tumblr page prove it.

Well, People Magazine seem to agree with me as they’ve named Beyonce their most beautiful woman in the world for 2012. And you know what, it’s a title that’s well deserved. Here are some highlights from her People mag interview:

“I feel more beautiful than I’ve ever felt because I’ve given birth,” she tells PEOPLE in an exclusive interview. “I have never felt so connected, never felt like I had such a purpose on this earth.”

The “Crazy in Love” singer, 30, and her husband of four years, Jay-Z, 42, have gone gaga for Blue, born Jan. 7 in New York City.  ”She’s just the cutest thing,” gushes BEYONCÉ, who croons one-of-a-kind tunes to her daughter and professes to “love” changing diapers. So who does her daughter most resemble?

“She looks like Blue,” says BEYONCÉ, who is back to her pre-baby weight and gearing up for her first post-baby concerts, Memorial Day weekend at the Revel Atlantic City.  “She’s her own person.”

“The best thing about having a daughter is having a true legacy,” she adds. “The word ‘love’ means something completely different now.”

What do you think? Is there anyone else you would have nominated as the most beautiful woman in the world for 2012?

Photo Courtesy People.com

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