Usually, when we think about politics, we imagine an old, out of touch guy wearing a cheap and untailored suit. Rarely do any of us get to witness anyone in the political realm worth getting excited about until now.

With women playing a more prominent and important role in politics and becoming the faces of their respective nations, we're seeing a lot more females in curve-fitting pant-suits and we're not talking about Hillary Clinton. Without further ado, meet Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović, the current President of Croatia. Oh, I forgot to mention, she's also very beautiful by the way.

This week, ABC News reported that President Kolinda paid tribute to the victims of the notorious massacre committed by Bosnian Croat troops during Bosnia's 1992-95 conflict — and the UN is hopeful this will help to ease tensions between Sarajevo and Zagreb.

With her lovely looks and charming ways, it's almost a guarantee that the men of Sarajevo and Zagreb might put aside their differences if she asks them nicely.

Humble beginnings

Like many people, before her rise to prominence, Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović came from humble beginnings and was an only child. Kolinda was raised in her parent's village of Lopaca in then Yugoslavia where her family owned a butcher shop and ranch.

Going to America

Once Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović was able to find a way out of Yugoslavia, she took the opportunity and enrolled in a student exchange program where she ended up in Los Alamos, New Mexico where she graduated from Los Alamos High School in 1986.

Returning to the USA as a Fulbright scholar

After graduating from high school in the United States, she returned to Yugoslavia and attended the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Zagreb where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in English and Spanish languages and literature in 1992. In 2002-2003, Kolinda returned to the States to attend the George Washington University as a Fulbright scholar.

A woman of many languages

With Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović being a scholarly woman and taking her studies extremely seriously, she picked up a few languages throughout her lifetime. She speaks her native language of Croatian, Portuguese, Spanish, and English fluently, while having a basic understanding of Italian, German, and French.

Croatian Democratic Union

The beginning of this lovely lady's political career began in 1993 when she joined the Croatian Democratic Union where she transferred to the Foreign ministry becoming an advisor. She was able to boost her political status when she joined the North American department of the Foreign Ministry in 1995.

Croatian presidency

In January of 2015, Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović was the first woman in Europe to beat an incumbent president running for reelection and was also the second woman in the world to do so after Nicaraguan president, Violetta Chamorro in 1990. Since then, she's held the highest official position in Croatia.

European migrant crisis

For those of you who've been living under a rock, refugees fleeing violence and imbalance in the Middle-East and various African countries have been taking refuge in a multitude of European countries including Croatia where Kolinda opened the doors to thousands of immigrants.