She always looks sensational.
And Rosie Huntington-Whiteley was sure to turn up the heat as she modelled her new lingerie range with Marks & Spencer on Tuesday.
The model, 34, looked incredible as she flaunted her sizzling figure in a lacy black bra and matching sexy knickers.
Stunning: Rosie Huntington-Whiteley looked sensational in a lacy black bra as she modelled her new lingerie range with Marks & Spencer on Tuesday
Rosie exuded confidence in front of the camera, lounging on the floor to showcase her toned pins and gym-honed frame.
The beauty highlighted her ample cleavage in the stunning lingerie, which boasted a low-cut neckline and French-designed lace.
She paired the bra with black bottoms from the range, featuring her name around the waist band as well as her signature gold hardware.
Ensuring to ooze sophistication, Rosie wore her blonde locks down for the shoot and added a slick of nude lipstick to accentuate her pretty features.
Chic: The model, 34, also showcased her new ‘vintage inspired’ lingerie and nightwear range on Monday as she slipped into a navy lace camisole and matching classic French style shorts
Rosie has been sharing glimpses of her new ‘vintage inspired’ lingerie and nightwear collection to social media this week.
On Monday, the mother-of-one rocked a navy pleat and lace camisole and matching classic French style shorts, which displayed her ample cleavage and bronzed legs.
With her long blonde hair cascading in loose waves around her shoulders, the mother of one looked incredible.
She captioned the pictures: ‘My vintage inspired new range is available to shop now at @marksandspencer.’
Beautiful: She exuded style as she worked all her angles for the camera during the glam shoot
‘I think it might be my favourite collection yet’: Rosie revealed that she was inspired by the decadent 1920s for the latest sizzling range
‘I took inspiration from the decadent 1920s. I think it might be my favourite collection yet.’
Last month the British beauty opened up to her Instagram followers in a rare Q&A.
Rosie and Snatch actor Jason Statham, 53, have been together since 2010 and got engaged in 2016. They welcomed their son Jack together a year later.
Of their decision to not rush into marriage she had told ET in 2018 that it wasn’t a ‘huge priority.’
She said: ‘We’re looking forward to that time. It’s also not a huge priority for us; we’re so happy. I think it will be fun to do it when the baby’s grown up a bit and he can be involved in the wedding.’
Happy couple: Rosie and the Snatch actor Jason Statham, 53, have been together since 2010 and got engaged in 2016. They welcomed their son Jack together a year later
And she added that the pair definitely ‘want more kids.’
Her followers asked everything from her ‘favourite thing about being a mother,’ to whether or not she would consider making a cameo in Jason’s films after acting as Splendid in Mad Max Fury Road.
She revealed that she adores when Jack hugs her and says ‘I love you mama,’ and that although she has no plans to appear in the Fast & Furious franchise maybe their ‘little guy might!’
When asked her favourite thing about her fiancé she gushed: ‘He’s an amazing hands on Daddy. A supportive and protective partner and he’s pretty funny too,’ but she did later add that she thinks she has him beat in the humour department.
When asked about she and Jason’s height difference she replied: ‘I am definitely longer than him with heels on..it’s been 11 years so I’m pretty sure he feels good about it.’
Sweet: When asked her favourite thing about her fiancé she gushed: ‘He’s an amazing hands on Daddy. A supportive and protective partner and he’s pretty funny too
Additionally she revealed that she has been contemplating doing a clothing line, writing: ‘It’s definitely something I’m exploring…but I’m a perfectionist so I’d have to do it right.’
Rosie recently put out her first shoe collection in March for Gia Couture Firenze.
She was asked to choose between London, LA, and NYC to which she said she felt ‘lucky’ to be able to work and live in all three.
The family splits time between the three hubs — both she and Jason have family back in the UK, and are tied to all cities with work.
Family: The family splits time between the three hubs — both she and Jason have family back in the UK, and are tied to all cities with work