Image-obsessed Buck and Michelle Miller claim to be the world’s best looking couple – and spend a massive £50,000 each year maintaining their image.
Mirrors and portraits of the couple adorn almost every wall of their Las Vegas home as they constantly monitor and try to improve their chiselled physiques.
The couple splurge £4,000 each month on manicures, pedicures, haircuts, tanning and gym membership and are so serious about staying in shape, they prepare every meal days in advance.
Amateur bodybuilder Buck, 27, says, ‘Without a doubt we are America’s best-looking couple – that’s a fact – hands down.
‘If there was a competition for the world’s best-looking couple, I would sign up right now.
‘Every time I walk by a mirror, I’m looking. I’m always asking Michelle to take pictures of my physique.’
Michelle, 33, who has 34D breast implants, is 5ft 7in and weighs just over 10st, with Buck weighing a little over 13st.
Nutritionist Michelle has attracted fans from across the internet with provocative pictures of her 26in waist and 33in hips.
The couple met while each was supporting a friend at a bodybuilding competition in California in February 2012.
When they met Michelle was living in Vancouver, Canada, with a son from a previous relationship.
‘The first thing that attracted me to Michelle was her physique,’ says Buck. ‘I’ve always been attracted to muscly women and her quads were amazing.
‘She really inspired me to get into it too. I wanted to look good next to her.
‘Bodybuilding has made me into a better person. I feel great about myself, I motivate and inspire people. I look great and it’s brought a lot of structured discipline to my life.’
Now the couple are inundated with attention and questions from admirers when they leave the house together.
‘When we’re together people go crazy,’ says Buck. ‘When we’re on the strip or in a grocery store, people cannot stop staring at us, we’re mobbed. It’s flattering when guys look at and appreciate Michelle. They can look but they can’t touch.’
The couple’s dedication to their bodies means that they have to prepare all of their food days in advance – weighing out grams and ounces with a scientific accuracy.
‘Everything we eat is organic and gluten free,’ explains Michelle. ‘We take care of every single ounce of food that enters our body. We’re very scientific about it all. We eat six meals a day, seven days a week and never, ever let ourselves slip – not even on our birthdays.’
But with such emphasis put on their appearance, the couple know there are those who would consider them superficial.
Buck, a personal trainer, says: ‘If someone were to say to me that I’m vain – there’s two responses. If they were being smart about it I would tell them to take off their shirt, and I’ll take off my shirt and I would ask them to repeat what they just said. There’s people who would give an arm and a leg to have my body.’
Despite the regimented lifestyle, the couple have the full support of their 12-year-old son Kyler.
‘He is really proud of what we do and I think we’re even rubbing off on him,’ says Michelle. ‘He’s not like most 12-year-olds, he eats like we do and he is never looking to eat hamburgers, pizzas or French fries.’
So what does Kyler think? ‘I’d love to look like my dad – he’s a bodybuilder so that’s what he’s supposed to look like. He’s supposed to look really fit and big and I think I’m catching up to him.’