Yes, while true that a certain amount of 'Ogre' is still present in the average UK person you may remember reading the 2002 study by the journal Science in which the relative ugliness of faces in the UK and those in the US were compared (Ugliness: A comparsion between the United Kingdom and the United States of America). I shall re-post a transcript of the article below
"...and found a significant difference in terms of relative ugliness. Here are some of those faces:
Firstly, the 'ugly' British face
In this example, please note that the person was deemed 'most ugly' as her Yacht was a mere 30 feet long as opposed to the standard 75 as owned by most UK citizens.
Second, the 'ugly' American face.
In this example please note that the subject is a mime. It has been well documented that mimes are the worst things to have ever walked the Earth and should be regarded as the worst examples of humanity available (May-Dup 1989, Fabreekated, 1996).
Below is an example of the British Royal family:
Here we can see Prince Charles in his time with the Royal Navy, playfully posing for the camera at the time of the Falklands conflict..."
Now, while indeed the person deemed 'most ugly' in the UK by this scientific study and Prince Charles do display some differences, it should be remembered that the Royal family are inbred German/Greek imports who are not-representitive of the rest of the population of the UK of which the young lady shown is a fine example.
Despite comments made to the contrary in this discussion, British people need never use special effects in order to be attractive, this is a commonly held misconception possibly started by the French in 1935.