Vanity Fair normally reserves it’s cover spots for the most beautiful and lavish celebrities, which is why the Italian Vanity Fair’s February cover spot is unconventional, to say the least.
The man on the cover? Pope Benedict XVI’s private secretary, Archbishop Georg Ganswein. The 56 year old man of the cloth, who has the nickname “Gorgeous Georg”, did not even consent to be interviewed for the article and did not specifically pose for the cover, but is still featured front and center in the magazine.
Why? Who knows? All I know is, the VF cover line reads, “Father Georg – it’s not a sin to be beautiful.” Now, how can we disagree with that?
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