Julia Roberts has some new "humble brag" fodder to put in this year's Christmas card: She was named the "World's Most Beautiful Woman" by People for a record fifth time on Wednesday.
Roberts, now 49, was just 23 when she first appeared on the cover of the "Most Beautiful" issue for the first time in 1991, following the success of Pretty Woman. She would go on to repeat the honor in 2000, 2005 and 2010.
The Oscar winner told People editor Jess Cagle that she was "very flattered" by her selection and vowed to crow about it in this year's Christmas card to George Clooney, who has only won "Sexiest Man Alive" a paltry two times.
People's 28th annual "World's Most Beautiful" double-issue will be on newsstands Friday.