Rosie Huntington-Whiteley Wears Neon Green Bikini, Hugs Jason Statham
Even when she's off the clock, supermodel Rosie Huntington-Whiteley looks like a bombshell in a bikini. The British beauty showed off her famously fit figure in a lime green two-piece while vacationing with boyfriend Jason Statham in Cap d'Antibes, France, on Sunday, June 9. The 26-year-old actress and the 45-year-old action star were also seen hugging and sharing a tender moment on their hotel's balcony that same day. The following afternoon, the svelte starlet wore a paisley print bandeau top and a sarong during a stroll along the beach.
Huntington-Whiteley recently opened up about her relationship with the Hummingbird star in a cover story for Net-a-Porter's The Edit. "Jason and I just make each other laugh," she gushed. "Most of the time we're pissing ourselves laughing, whispering comments in each other's ears."
Though Statham is 19 years her senior, their age difference doesn't bother Huntington-Whiteley. "I'm not interested in hanging out with boys," she explained. "I have all the man I need!"
In addition to modeling, Huntington-Whiteley is making a name for herself in the movie industry. After replacing Megan Fox in 2011's Transformers: Dark of the Moon, she booked a role in director George Miller's Mad Max: Fury Road. "I met him, did the audition, and then they started casting my body for all these crazy prosthetics," she said. "I was like: I think I got the part."
Set for a 2014 release, the post-apocalyptic movie also stars Nicholas Hoult, Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron. As it happens, Oscar winner Theron served as an inspiration for the up-and-coming actress, who plays a warlord's concubine named Splendid. "Charlize used to be a model. She's got this bombshell body and is tall and glamorous -- she was never going to be a waif," Huntington-Whiteley said. "Then she made the crossover into film, instead."
In the coming years, Huntington-Whiteley hopes to diversify her resume even more. "I'd love to do a period drama, or make a quintessentially British comedy," she told The Edit. "I just don't connect with gross-out fart jokes and slapstick. When I'm on a plane I watch all the new releases, I see that as my job, and I have to say, a lot of American comedies are very sexist."