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Rosie Huntington-Whiteley engagement ring details revealed

FashionBy Sunday World
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley engagement ring details revealed

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley's engagement ring diamond is "perfection", according to the jewellery designer who crafted it.

The British model delighted fans when she stepped onto the red carpet of the Golden Globes on Sunday (10Jan16) sporting a huge, sparkling engagement ring. A representative for her and beau Jason Statham confirmed the action star had popped the question, and now designer Neil Lane has revealed more details on the piece.

“It’s classic and elegant and the stone is perfection,” he told People magazine. “Jason wanted something perfect and flawless and he kept coming back to this one. He knew it was right.”

The precious stone is from Neil's archival collection and is from the early 20th century. It's surrounded by smaller diamonds on a platinum band, which made it pop against Rosie's golden Atelier Versace gown on Sunday (10Jan16).

Her future husband was the perfect client, according to Neil. “Jason was truly excited when he found the right ring for Rosie and he was so delightful to work with,” he smiled, describing the couple as a perfect match. “You can see the joy and happiness when they’re together.”

If Rosie's recent comments are anything to go by, she and Jason are absolutely smitten with one another since they began dating in 2010 - even though there are some things they can't agree on.

"I get told off for saying 'it's a man's job!'” she laughed to Britain's Glamour magazine about taking out the bins. “And he (Jason) goes, 'Well then, ironing's a woman's job'".

Rather than looking to ease her workload once a married woman, it seems the blonde beauty has big dreams for the future. Having modelled for the likes of Burberry and Victoria's Secret, the 28-year-old dreams of building her own empire like fellow fashion star Elle Macpherson has.

"I started looking at the models a generation ahead of me, and I saw a lot of these women turning themselves into brands," she said.

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