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Natalie Portman Most Desirable, Charlie Sheen Least

February 1, 2011 (3:48 am) GMT
Portman is named Hollywood's most desirable wife opposite Amy Winehouse while Charlie Sheen is voted least desirable husband opposite Prince Harry.
Natalie Portman Most Desirable, Charlie Sheen Least

has topped a poll to find Hollywood's most desirable wife - while has been named the least wanted husband. The "" actress saw off competition from , British singer and Prince William's bride-to-be, Kate Middleton, to be crowned the Most Desirable Celebrity Wife in a poll by U.K. planning service My OK! Wedding.

The least popular fantasy husband was Sheen, who checked into rehab last week following his hospitalization for a hernia, while scandal-plagued was a close second. Britain's Prince Harry was voted the most desirable husband, topping his engaged brother William and Hollywood heartthrob .

"Rehab" hitmaker was voted the Least Desirable Celebrity Wife, with reformed wild child and singer trailing in second and third.

A spokesperson for My OK! Wedding says, "We were stunned by the results. The least attractive celeb brides and grooms were the party monsters... And amazingly, now that Harry has cleaned up his act and proven himself to the world with his work in Afghanistan, he has topped the poll beating all the expected candidates like Robert Pattinson and even his brother William."

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