05/08/1995 at 01:00 AM EDT
HUGH GRANT AND HIS GIRLFRIEND HAVE THEIR differences—at least when it comes to the subject of her sex appeal. He raves about "her slinky hips. They've always done something to me. I don't know why." She treasures her "broad shoulders, because I think that's nice for dresses." The topic of her loveliness (not to mention his) has come up before. "We stand in front of the mirror deciding, if we had a baby whose features it should have," says British actress Elizabeth Hurley, 29, who shares a secluded English farmhouse with Grant. "He prays that it wouldn't have my ears." Teases Grant: "Her beauty is horribly marred by her ears. She looks like the F.A. Cup [a soccer trophy]." To maintain her verve, Hurley, who stars in the forthcoming British film Mad Dogs and Englishmen, follows a simple regimen. Exercise: "I walk my dog." Diet: "I go insane if I eat sugar. I want to kill people. And I put butter on everything." As for skin care. Hurley, who is replacing model Paulina Porizkova as the face of Estee Lauder cosmetics, is rolling in free products, "I don't go in the sun very often," she says. "And now I've been given this Estee Lauder self-tanning spray. Hugh and I are coating ourselves in it every night."