Bollywood actor and former Miss World Aishwarya Rai Bachchan is hands down everybody's favourite artist. While some love her for her acting prowess, others are mesmerised by her surreal beauty. not just us fans, even those in the film fraternity are in love with Aishwarya for very many reasons. One such actor fan is Amy Jackson.

Actor and model Amy Jackson on Thursday took to her Instagram to express her love for India's beauty queen. Sharing her picture on her Insta story Amy wrote, "The Queen and forever favourite".

In the picture, Aishwarya Rai is seen in a maroon saree, sitting on the floor with her mother, Vrinda Rai, having a meal. She is seen eating with her hands with her Miss World crown on.  

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The picture recently went viral on social media and a lot of fans applauded Aishwarya for her simplicity and being a such down to Earth person despite an exceptional win at an international beauty pageant.

It was shared by an Instagram account by the name of 90s.violet.

Aishwarya, who has a daughter Aaradhya with husband Abhishek Bachchan, was the first runner-up at the Miss India pageant in 1994. She lost the crown to Bollywood actor and Indian beauty Sushmita Sen. Later that year, both of them won the Miss World and Miss Universe crowns, respectively.

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Coming back to Amy Jackson, she is a British actor and model who made her Bollywood debut in 2012 with a romantic drama movie 'Ekk Deewana Tha'. She was cast against Prateek Babbar, actor-turned-politician Raj Babbar's son, in the movie.

Apart from that Amy also appeared in other Hindi movies like 'Singh is Bling' in which she was paired with Akshay Kumar and 'Robot 2.0' that also featured  Akshay Kumar and superstar Rajnikanth.

Amy is now married to hotelier George Panayiotou and have a son named Andreas. She also appeared in several Tamil movies like 'Madrasapattinam' and 'Thaandavam'