Here's one beauty queen who will not bat an eyelid if a jealous rival dares to brand her as "a cow".
Surrounded by make-up artists, photographers and flunkeys wielding lustre boards, the Devon-bred Jersey seems to be taking stardom in her stride.
Aptly named Bluegrass Sergeants Snow Queen, she has emerged from 123 hopefuls to be crowned Cow of the Year in a national competition.
Her reward was to be dolled up and paraded around London's landmarks in all her finery.
Prod owner Mark Davis, from Honiton, won first prize of £1,000 after submitting a picture of his precious, prized animal.
Yoghurt-makers The Collective, who organised the competition, are donating £500 to charity.
The winning cow was chosen by an internet poll of 12,000 votes over three months.
Mr Davis, of Westcott farm, said his dazzlingly good-looking cow, was "honoured" by the award.
Echoing the famously dizzy claims by the Miss Worlds of yesteryear, he added: "She also hopes to have some time to achieve world peace".