Top 15 Most Admired Women in the World

On the worldwide list of the most admired women, entertainers are extremely popular. The majority of women featured are having a career in acting, television or music. Angelina Jolie, Taylor Swift, Madonna and Emma Watson all feature in the top lists. However, humanitarian work also features more prominently, with Angelina Jolie, Emma Watson all in the top 15.

A woman is known to be the delicate creature, but sometimes she proves herself a powerful politician, economist, celebrity and social person. The role of the women in making this planet a peaceful place to live in cannot be ignored. Either she is a mother, a professional female or doing a business, a woman is always powerful and owns specific characteristics which make her different and prominent from the men. Let us see the list of 15 most admired women in the world.

15. Anne Frank

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Although Anne Frank is not much known by many of us, but I name her to be one of the most admirable women in the world because she wrote a personal diary which is considered to be an ancient piece of work, reminding us the times of Nazis. Anne was born in Netherlands. When she grew old, her parents with Anne and the rest of family members were threatened by Nazis.

As a result they started hiding themselves but unfortunately could not save themselves. During her life in a camp, Anne wrote a diary which has now been kept in a museum as the oldest diary in the world. This Jewish girl is still reminded as an admirable woman of the world.

14. Emily Dickinson

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Emily Elizabeth Dickinson was born in 1830 in USA. She is known to be a successful and one of the most famous American female poets. Emily wrote various poetries such as “Because I Could Not Stop for Death”, “Heart, we will forget him!”, “I’m Nobody! Who are You?”, and “Wild Nights! Wild Nights!”. She is now dead but still reminded widely by her poetry lovers the world over.

13. Benazir Bhutto

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Benazir Bhutto, the first female Prime Minister of Pakistan and the first female leader of Muslims, was born in 1953. She was the daughter of a famous politician, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto. She was murdered by terrorists in 2007 when she was busy in her party’s public meeting. Menazir was a brave and courageous woman and is admired for her services.