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ROSIE Huntington-Whiteley made headlines recently when she announced she was pregnant, Beyoncé style, with a shot of her baby bump on Instagram.
The Brit model, who hails from Devon, is expecting her first child with action star Jason Statham. She grew up on a farm near Tavistock with mum Fiona, a fitness instructor, dad Charles, a chartered surveyor, and her two younger siblings, Florence and Toby.
The star went on to confess that she already knows where she would like to get engaged next, adding: "I found this place – I went to Iceland this year. "And I found this beach, it’s called diamond beach and it’s basically this black beach and it is full of these like glaciers and it just looks so incredible.
"It’s so beautiful and I think that is the best place to get engaged." It is believed that actor Jason Statham was the first to pop the question to Kelly, with the pair together from 1998 until 2004, first meeting when Kelly was just 18 years old.
Speaking on Heart FM earlier today, the actress was asked how many times she had been engaged by her co-host, Jason ' JK' King.
Kelly, 38, replied: "I’ve not really had, I mean this is a bit mean to say but I’m gonna be honest – I haven’t really had any memorable engagements.
Rosie attended Tavistock College, where she says she was called "Tit-lips" because she had big lips and no chest; she was also teased for her double-barrelled name ("People thought I was super P-O-S-H, which is actually not the case").But whenever she loses perspective, her mom is always there to remind her how lucky she is to be so successful—with or without a boyfriend."People relate to him and feel like he's the guy they grew up with, so it's tricky. "People will say, 'What do you mean you don't do your own grocery shopping?' But I go to the supermarket and there are 20 photographers watching it."She continues, "Doing normal stuff just isn't the same.I still get self-conscious when people recognize me.But my mum always says, 'Life doesn't give you an opportunity like this to turn down.'"Since they have been dating for five years, it's easy for the idea of the future and family to come up in conversations.