KOLINDA Grabar-Kitarović became an internet sensation when she strolled into a locker room of half-naked Croatian footballers celebrating their World Cup win over Russia.
Wearing a very snug fitting Croatia jersey, the glamorous president was filmed jumped around and singing with the team on Friday.
Footage of Kolinda with her arms around her burly compatriots had many social media users dreaming of a move to the central European nation "to see more of her".
Incredibly, the 50-year-old, who flew economy class to support her team at the World Cup, is often mistaken for a buxom model and even a porn star.
Jaws dropped when pictures appearing to show a bikini-clad Kolinda running Baywatch-style across a beach emerged on social media.
"I was born in the wrong country," one keen admirer tweeted alongside two photos of a blonde woman frolicking across the sands.
It turns out that lady was actually US model Coco Austin, famous for her voluptuous figure and marriage to rapper Ice-T.
They were taken while bombshell Coco was on holiday with the legendary musician in Miami back in 2009.
And shortly after her election, Serbian tabloid The Informer published pictures it claimed were the president a porn movie.
Its front page featured a buxom blonde wearing a see-through black negligee and romping with her co-star on a bed
Several Croatian sites including Index soon confirmed she had been mistaken for US adult actress Diamond Foxxx, five years her junior.
It reported: "Readers have noticed they are screenshots from a porno but it did not stop The Informer continuing with a false story."
Only last year, the real Kolinda was pictured getting a little up close and personal with US President Donald Trump.
Local media reported her making "seductive eyes" at the former reality TV star during an official meeting in Warsaw, Poland.
Kolinda - who speaks eight languages including Portuguese and Italian - has been married to Jakov Kitarovic since 1996.
They have two children including Katarina, who is a professional figure skater and Croatia's national junior champion.
She is reported to oppose same sex marriage but backed a law which gave gay couples the same rights as married heterosexual ones.
A staunch Roman Catholic, she has also voiced her support for women to be allowed to have abortions legally and safely.
While she is widely seen as the people's leader, Kolinda is not without controversy.
Her campaign and birthday party was supposedly funded by a former sports agent and fugitive Zdravko Mamic.
Mamic, 58, fled to Bosnia the day before he was sentenced to six-and-a-half years for transfer fraud last month.
Three years ago, he organised a lavish feast for Kolinda's 47th birthday party, according to the Croatia-based Express.
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And in November 2016, she was accused of posing with a pro-Nazi regime symbol on an official visit to Canada, the Times of Israel reported.
A photo showed Kolinda posing with a flag bearing the coat of arms used by Croatia's World War II-era Ustasha regime, which persecuted and killed hundreds of thousands of Serbs, Jews and anti-fascists.
Her spokespeople shrugged off the controversy and said there was "nothing questionable" about the image.