Rosie Huntington-Whiteley Wears Neon Green Bikini, Hugs Jason Statham
Even when she’s off a clock, supermodel Rosie Huntington-Whiteley looks like a bombshell in a bikini. The British beauty showed off her famously fit figure in a orange immature two-piece while vacationing with beloved Jason Statham in Cap d’Antibes, France, on Sunday, Jun 9. The 26-year-old singer and a 45-year-old movement star were also seen hugging and pity a proposal impulse on their hotel’s patio that same day. The following afternoon, a svelte starlet wore a paisley imitation bandeau tip and a sarong during a wander along a beach.
Huntington-Whiteley recently non-stop adult about her attribute with a Hummingbird star in a cover story for Net-a-Porter’s The Edit. “Jason and we only make any other laugh,” she gushed. “Most of a time we’re pissing ourselves laughing, murmur comments in any other’s ears.”
Though Statham is 19 years her senior, their age disproportion doesn’t worry Huntington-Whiteley. “I’m not meddlesome in unresolved out with boys,” she explained. “I have all a male we need!”
In further to modeling, Huntington-Whiteley is creation a name for herself in a film industry. After replacing Megan Fox in 2011′s Transformers: Dark of a Moon, she requisitioned a purpose in executive George Miller‘s Mad Max: Fury Road. “I met him, did a audition, and afterwards they started casting my physique for all these crazy prosthetics,” she said. “I was like: we think we got a part.”
Set for a 2014 release, a post-apocalyptic film also stars Nicholas Hoult, Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron. As it happens, Oscar leader Theron served as an impulse for a up-and-coming actress, who plays a warlord’s voluptuary named Splendid. “Charlize used to be a model. She’s got this bombshell physique and is high and glamorous — she was never going to be a waif,” Huntington-Whiteley said. “Then she done a crossover into film, instead.”
In a entrance years, Huntington-Whiteley hopes to variegate her resume even more. “I’d adore to do a duration drama, or make a quintessentially British comedy,” she told The Edit. “I only don’t bond with gross-out fart jokes and slapstick. When I’m on a craft we watch all a new releases, we see that as my job, and we have to say, a lot of American comedies are really sexist.”