Rosie Huntington-Whiteley dazzles as she unveils new fragrance

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley has debuted her second fragrance for her label Rosie for Autograph.


Rosie Huntington-Whiteley has yet again shown off her supermodel credentials, this time looking the ultimate English rose in the campaign for her latest fragrance. The 28-year-old excitedly unveiled her second perfume, Rose Nuit, giving her 3.7 million Instagram followers a sneak peek at the new images.

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Rosie Huntington-Whiteley has debuted her second fragrance

"Super happy to announce the launch of my second fragrance Rosie For Autograph, Rose Nuit sold exclusively@marksandspencer on sale in stores and online from September 1st," she captioned the #MyNewFragrance #NuitParfum #RoseNuit #RosieFragrance #RosieForAutograph #Rose #Jasmine."

In the striking images, Rosie is as radiant as ever, smouldering for the camera while clutching the flower-shaped bottle for her new perfume. Looking every inch a Hollywood starlet, the British beauty wears her blonde tresses down in tumbling waves, opting for black winged eyeliner and nude lips for ultimate glamour.

This marks the second time that the star has forayed into the world of fragrances – earlier this year she made her debut as part of her range for Marks and Spencer, Rosie for Autograph.

The star debuted the new campaign on her Instagram account

Renowned for her old Hollywood-esque striking looks, the star has previously opened up about her beauty secrets, explaining that fitness played a key role in her regime.

"Beauty for me is about a good workout routine," the former Victoria's Secret model told Violet Grey magazine.

The star admitted that while she focuses on a good fitness regime and tries to eat as healthily as possible, she doesn't stop herself from occasionally indulging.

"I try not to beat myself up too much about it," she admitted. "I don't want to be that miserable girl pushing a salad around my plate."

She added: "I love that. I couldn't live life just restrictive all the time. It's just no fun to me. That's not a way to live. It's all balance."

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