Top 15 most beautiful New Zealand women
Top 15 most beautiful New Zealand women

True magnificence is a mixture of inside magnificence made up of an individual’s persona and nature and an outer magnificence based mostly on bodily look. However, this text can be itemizing stunning New Zealand girls based mostly on their outer magnificence since it is going to be unfair to incorporate the standards of inside magnificence once we can not really decide it from our place.

Ex-model Rachel Hunter took out the top spot for the women, closely followed by actress Kimberley Crossman in second place, and musician Gin Wigmore in third.

New Zealand's sexiest politicians are Jacinda Ardern, who took spot number nine in the lineup for New Zealand's sexiest female celebrities.

Here is top 15 most beautiful New Zealand women, according to a new survey made by different websites.

The list of top 15 most beautiful New Zealand women

15. PJ Harding

14. Laura Daniel

13. Shannon Harris

12. Hilary Barry

11. Anna Paquin

10. Brooke Fraser

9. Jacinda Ardern

8. Ella Yelich-O'Connor

7. Toni Street

6. Nadia Lim

5. Gemma Flynn

4. Samantha Hayes

3. Gin Wigmore

2. Kimberly Crossman

1. Rachel Hunter

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15. PJ Harding

Photo: Radio Today
Photo: Radio Today

Polly Harding (also known as PJ Harding) is a radio broadcaster from New Zealand.

Harding attended the New Zealand Broadcasting School at Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology (now Ara Institute of Canterbury) in 2009. She began working for radio station ZM in Auckland after graduation, and became a co-host with Matt Ward. In 2015 Harding became co-host of the station's drive show with Jason Hawkins.

In 2018 Harding and Hawkins moved to Melbourne, Australia to co-host the KIIS 101.1 FM breakfast show, Jase & PJ. In March 2021, she announced that she was leaving the show to return home to New Zealand.

14. Laura Daniel

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Photo: Viva NZ

Laura Daniel (born 1990) is a comedian from New Zealand.

The hilarious and talented Laura Daniel has worked as an actress, presenter and host. She is best known for being a core cast member and writer on comedy variety series Jono and Ben and the sketch show Funny Girls which she co-created and starred in alongside Rose Matafeo.

Laura is an original cast member of New Zealand’s cult hit improv group Snort, competed and placed runner up on Dancing with the stars and spent 2020 as a correspondent on New Zealand’s highest rating current affairs show Seven Sharp.

Laura Performs live as one half of the musical comedy duo Two Hearts alongside her writing partner (and in real life partner) Joseph Moore having sold out shows in New Zealand, Australia and the UK.

13. Shannon Harris

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Photo: @ shanmharris via Instagram

Shannon Harris created a YouTube channel under the name ‘Shaaanxo’ on January 17, 2009. Since then, the New Zealander has been consistently developing beauty and fashion content for her channel. From classy makeup tutorials and amazing ‘GRWM’ videos to trendy fashion hauls and exciting first impressions, she uploads a variety of videos pertaining to beauty/fashion.

Today, her channel has become a great source of information for fashionistas who want to discover and explore more about these fields. Some of the videos you should not miss watching are 'Trying WISH APP Beauty Gadgets- 5 UNDER $5', 'Night Time Routine- Delicious Healthy Food & Pampering Skin Care' and 'High End vs Drugstore Dupes- Smokey Clubbing Eyes'.

While the first video features five beauty gadgets, the second and the third videos feature a night time routine and a smokey eye makeup tutorial, respectively. Talking about this channel’s popularity, it has already amassed over 3 million subscribers and has garnered billions of views.

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12. Hilary Barry

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Photo: Getty Images

Hilary Ann Barry (née Pankhurst, born 4 December 1969) is a New Zealand journalist and television personality who currently co-hosts Seven Sharp with Jeremy Wells. She was a newsreader on TV3 for many years and until 2016, presented the 6 pm Newshub show with Mike McRoberts. She also worked on the Paul Henry morning TV show since its launch, reading the news. Barry resigned from these roles in April 2016. Since 2018, she is New Zealand's oldest active TV presenter.

At the 2006 Qantas Television Awards she was voted Favourite New Zealand Female Personality.

Barry won the Best News or Current Affair Presenter award at the 2011 Aotearoa Film and Television Awards. She hosted The Coca-Cola Christmas in the Park in December 2011. In March 2012, Barry won TV Guide's Best on The Box award for Best Presenter. In May 2012, Barry won the Radio Award for Best Newsreader. In March 2013, she once again won the TV Guide's Best on The Box award for Best Presenter. On 7 April 2015, Barry became news anchor for the morning talk show The Paul Henry Show.

11. Anna Paquin

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Photo: Interview Magazine

Anna Paquin is a New Zealand-Canadian film, theatre, and television actress known for her roles in movies like ‘The Piano,’ ‘Fly Away Home,’ and ‘X-Men.’ She entered the film industry as a child artist in ‘The Piano’ for which she won the ‘Academy Award’ for ‘Best Actress in a Supporting Role’ at the age of 11.

She had not planned to become an actress but fate decided otherwise. Following her success in her debut film, she received many offers which she declined in order to focus on her studies. However, at the age of 14, she returned to the film industry by accepting roles in ‘Jane Eyre’ and ‘Fly Away Home.’ In 2000, she played the powerful mutant ‘Rogue’ in ‘X-Men,’ the first of the ‘X-Men’ film series; this role catapulted her to worldwide fame. She reprised her role as ‘Rogue’ in sequels, such as ‘X2’ and ‘X-Men: The Last Stand.’ She also made small screen appearances, notably as ‘Elaine Goodale’ in ‘Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee,’ for which she received her first ‘Emmy’ nomination. Soon, she was bombarded with offers to act in TV shows, and she was cast in series like ‘True Blood’ and ‘Flack.’

10. Brooke Fraser

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Photo: asmith photography

Brooke Gabrielle Fraser Ligertwood, better known as Brooke Fraser (born 15 December 1983), is a New Zealand singer and songwriter best known for her hit single "Something in the Water", released in 2010. Fraser released two studio albums What to Do with Daylight (2003) and Albertine (2006) through Columbia Records before signing a recording contract with Wood + Bone. Her third studio album, Flags was released in 2010 and it is her most successful album to date. Her most recent album, Brutal Romantic, was released in November 2014 through Vagrant Records. She is one of the top selling and most popular New Zealand recording artists of all time: her albums were certified 15× Platinum. Fraser is also a member of the Christian music group Hillsong United.

Fraser has enjoyed success in her career for many years, and she has always used her position to highlight many worthy causes and charity projects, and raising large amounts of money for them in the process. In late 2010 whilst on tour in the U.S. promoting her third album Flags, Fraser, in conjunction with charity: water ran a birthday campaign asking her fans to donate $27 in honour of her 27th birthday. The goal was to raise $50,000 to build clean water wells in Ethiopia.

She was one of many New Zealand performers to work alongside popular New Zealand comedy band Flight of the Conchords in their 2012 New Zealand Red Nose Day charity song "Feel Inside (and stuff like that)".

9. Jacinda Ardern

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Photo: Others magazine

Jacinda Ardern, in full Jacinda Kate Laurell Ardern, (born July 26, 1980, Hamilton, New Zealand), New Zealand politician who in August 2017 became leader of the New Zealand Labour Party and then in October 2017, at age 37, became the country’s youngest prime minister in more than 150 years.

Five Facts About Jacinda Ardern:

Ardern regards herself as feminist, progressive, republican, and a social democrat.

Arden is also very outspoken about issues like climate change and has brought about drastic changes to New Zealand legislation.

Arden is the first New Zealand Prime Minister to be pregnant during office and only the second to give birth.

Ardern’s first job was working at a fish and chip shop.

Helen Clark, who was the second woman to hold the highest office in New Zealand, was Arden’s mentor and political hero.

8. Ella Yelich-O'Connor

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Photo: @queenlorde96 via Instagram

Ella Marija Lani Yelich-O'Connor (born 7 November 1996), known professionally as Lorde (/lɔːrd/ LORD), is a New Zealand singer-songwriter. Taking inspiration from aristocracy for her stage name, she is known for employing unconventional musical styles and introspective songwriting. Lorde's music is primarily electropop and contains elements of subgenres such as dream pop and indie-electro.

Born in the Auckland suburb of Takapuna and raised in neighbouring Devonport, Lorde expressed interest in performing at local venues in her early teens. She signed with Universal Music Group (UMG) in 2009 and collaborated with producer Joel Little in 2011 to start recording material. Initially self-released in 2012 for free download on SoundCloud, UMG commercially released the pair's first collaborative effort, an extended play (EP) titled The Love Club, in 2013. The EP's international chart-topping single "Royals" helped Lorde rise to prominence.

Her debut studio album Pure Heroine was released that same year to critical and commercial success. The following year, Lorde curated the soundtrack for the 2014 film The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 and recorded several tracks, including the single "Yellow Flicker Beat". Her second studio album Melodrama (2017) received widespread critical acclaim and debuted atop the US Billboard 200.

7. Toni Street

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Photo: Stuff.co.nz

Toni Street (born 8 September 1983) is a New Zealand television presenter and sports commentator. She is best known for co-hosting the New Zealand current affairs programme Seven Sharp alongside Mike Hosking, as well as presenting morning shows and sports reporting for One News.

Street initially joined Television New Zealand (TVNZ) in 2006 on a six-month internship. She was presenter for TVNZ's coverage of ANZ Championship and international netball. She assumed the reins from the TVNZ duo of Lavina Good and Brendan Telfer, who both stood down after the completion of National Bank Cup netball in 2007.

In September 2011, TVNZ established Saturday Breakfast, a weekend version of Breakfast, and Street was appointed co-presenter alongside Rawdon Christie and later alongside Tamati Coffey. She was also a backup presenter for the weekday Breakfast. In September 2012, Street took maternity leave, and was replaced by finance presenter Nadine Chalmers-Ross for two months until the show was cancelled.

In 2013, Street replaced Petra Bagust as permanent co-host of the weekday Breakfast, alongside her former Saturday Breakfast co-host Rawdon Christie.

In 2014, she and Mike Hosking joined Jesse Mulligan on the Seven Sharp panel.

6. Nadia Lim

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Photo: Stuff.co.nz

Nadia Lim is a New Zealand born celebrity chef, entrepreneur, food writer and television personality. Lim is known as the self-proclaimed "Nude Cook" as an advocate of natural, unprocessed foods, and for creating healthy, nutritious recipes by putting a health focus behind real food, which is influenced by her background as a clinical dietitian.

Lim is of New Zealand and Chinese-Malaysian heritage and was born (1985) in Auckland, New Zealand to her mother (Julie Lim) and Malaysian Chinese father (Ken Lim). At six years of age she moved to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia where she lived until 1998. She has since described her childhood experiences of living in two contrasting cultures as influencing her fusion cooking style of Asian and European cuisines.

Lim's first cookbook, Nadia's Kitchen, was released in 2012 by Random House and is focused on healthy original recipes.

In 2013, Lim released her second best selling cookbook, Nadia Lim's Good Food Cookbook. This book received runner-up at the 2014 International Gourmand Cookbook of the Year awards (Best TV Chef category).

5. Gemma Flynn

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Photo: @gemflynn via Instagram

Gemma McCaw (née Flynn, born 2 May 1990) is a New Zealand field hockey player who has represented her country in three Summer Olympics (2008, 2012, and 2016).

As Gemma Flynn, she has competed for the New Zealand women's national field hockey team (the Black Sticks Women) since 2008, including for the team at the 2008 and 2012 Summer Olympics, 2016 Summer Olympics and at the 2010 and 2014 Commonwealth Games. In 2009 she was nominated for the FIH Women's Young Player of the Year. At both the 2012 and 2016 Olympics, her team lost the bronze medal game and thus came fourth. She was part of the team which made it to the final game of the FIH World League in 2015, but the team lost 5–1 against Argentina.

Following the 2016 Summer Olympics, she took an extended break from hockey and later decided to retire. She came out of retirement in November 2019. In February 2020, she reached her 250th cap for the national team.

4. Samantha Hayes

Photo: NZ Herald
Photo: NZ Herald

Hayes was born in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa to a New Zealand father and a South African mother. The family relocated to Milton in Otago, New Zealand when she was six months old. She has a sister and a brother. She received her education at Tokomairiro High School. She studied at the University of Otago and finished her degree, a Bachelor of Arts, Media & International Relations, at Victoria University of Wellington in 2007.

Hayes first began work at TV3 aged 17, gaining work experience. She was initially a journalist and later became a newsreader. She has worked on the programmes Newshub Late, 3rd Degree, 3D which became 3D Investigates, Newsworthy, Nightline and Firstline. She is currently the news anchor, alongside Mike McRoberts, at Newshub Live at 6pm. She commenced this role on 30 May 2016 after Hilary Barry's resignation.

In July 2018, Hayes won series 7 of the New Zealand version of Dancing with the Stars with her professional partner Aaron Gilmore.

3. Gin Wigmore

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Photo: NZ Entertainment Podcast

Virginia "Gin" Wigmore is a New Zealand singer/songwriter who was born in Auckland, New Zealand, where she spent most of her childhood. However, while in Argentina at age 16 her father died of cancer. Upon her return to New Zealand, she articulated in song, the pain of losing her father. One of those early penned songs, “Hallelujah”, won the US-based International Songwriting Competition in 2004, when she beat 11,000 songwriting aspirants from 77 countries to become the youngest and only unsigned Grand Prize winner in the history of the ISC. "Hallelujah" was also featured in the season 6 finale of One Tree Hill.

Extended Play was Wigmore's first EP. It was produced by Tony Buchen (Blue King Brown, The Whitlams, Macromantics, Kid Confucius) and contains the tracks "Hallelujah", "These Roses", "SOS", "Under My Skin", and "Easy Come Easy Go". Released in 2008, it has peaked at number ten in the New Zealand charts. The EP was certified Gold in New Zealand on June 7, 2009, selling over 7,500 copies.

2. Kimberly Crossman

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Photo: @kimcrossman via Instagram

Kimberley Crossman was born in Auckland, New Zealand. Crossman started dancing at the age of 3 and started auditioning while she was in high school. She quickly landed a series regular role on a New Zealand soap opera, Shortland Street. Kimberley Crossman now lives and works in Los Angeles focusing predominately on comedy and studies at The Groundlings.

Crossman was a presenter on The Erin Simpson Show, beginning in 2009. The Erin Simpson Show concluded in 2013 after a five-year run.

In 2010 Crossman travelled to Los Angeles to host a half-hour special for New Zealand audiences about the 2010 Teen Choice Awards.

She has also worked as a fill-in host on New Zealand radio station Classic Hits, periodically co-hosting the Auckland breakfast show with Jason Reeves and Justin Brown whilst usual host Stacey Morrison was on maternity leave in 2012.

Crossman is a co-presenter on the Cadbury Dream Factory which first aired in New Zealand on TV3 on 20 February 2014 alongside Brooke Howard-Smith, Guy Montgomery, Walter Neilands and Jesse Griffin.

Crossman is one of the rotating cast of hosts of the live trivia app Joyride. In October 2018, Crossman joined the co-star in the spinoff of 'The Middle' for ABC.

1. Rachel Hunter

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Photo: @rachelhunterx via Instagram

Rachel Hunter is a New Zealand supermodel and actress; she is one of the most photographed international cover models in the world. Born in Auckland, she burst into the international fashion industry at the age of 17 after being shortlisted by a modeling agency. Shortly after, she quickly rose to prominence after posing as a ‘Sports Illustrated’ model and soon emerged as one of the most stunning international cover models in the world.

Apart from modeling, she took acting lessons and started her career with several television appearances and quickly made the transition into feature films as well as independent films. Not only is she one of the most photographed international cover models in the world, she also has numerous acting credits including appearances on popular US television programs, music videos and feature films.

She is a staunch supporter of Born Free Foundation and a keen supporter of the Breast Cancer Campaign, and has been actively involved in the welfare activities. She has been a household name in New Zealand and overseas ever since she was a teenaged model.

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