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Bosnian Beauty Voted Most Beautiful ‘Natural’ Woman in the World

American portal Beautiful Women Pedia have voted Bosnian Sonja Zekić as the most beautiful natural woman in the world. The 26-year-old Žepče-born stunner beat 25 girls from all over the world in the “Most Beautiful Woman Without Photoshop” category. “The most important thing to me is to be the best wife and mom I can be when the time comes. What do I look for in men? Honesty, good sense of humor, good personality, nice smile, and just being himself,” said Zekić in an interview with the portal.

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