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Rosie Huntington-Whiteley: Pigs in blankets make me happy

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Rosie Huntington-Whiteley: Pigs in blankets make me happy

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley wants to live off a diet of pigs in blankets.

The supermodel has confessed she would be "happy" to consume nothing but the sausages wrapped in bacon at mealtimes and is a huge fan of carbohydrate-rich foods like bread, pasta and chips.

She said: "I love going to restaurants for dinner and out for drinks. I love savoury food - cheese, bread, pasta, French fries, bacon, pigs in a blanket.

"I could just eat a plate of pigs in a blanket, and I'd be happy."

Rosie, 27 - who is the guest editor of the May edition of Harper's Bazaar magazine - also shared her secret to looking good on the go and always dons her most stylish outfit before swapping it for a more comfortable option when she is out of the view of the paparazzi.

She explained: "When I'm traveling I always put an outfit on every time there's going to be paparazzi, and when I get on the plane I change and snuggle down."

The Devon-born star - whose career began when she was just 16 after she was scouted on a school trip to London - added she was extremely grateful for the opportunities she had been given as she looked back over her career.

She told the magazine: "Now, 12 years later, I have seen the industry inside and out, and experienced all the things I wished for when I was young. It's something I'm ever grateful for."