Search

got a tip? call (866) 667 - 2327 OR

E-mail us a tip

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Ryan Reynolds Get Cozy In New Marks & Spencer Campaign

ryan-reynolds-rosie-huntington-whiteley-marks-spencer.jpg

By Radar Staff

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Ryan Reynolds make a beautiful couple!

Fortunately though for Rosie’s boyfriend, Jason Statham, (and Ryan’s rumored squeeze Sandra Bullock) their romantic clinch is just for the cameras.

The perfectly-formed pair are the new faces of the Autograph brand in British department store Marks and Spencer’s fall campaign.

PHOTOS: Rosie Huntington-Whitely And Ryan Reynolds Strike A Pose For Marks & Spencer

The Transformers 3 star and the Green Hornet hunk join current M&S spokesmodels, Lisa Snowdon, soccer star Jamie Redknapp and sixties model Twiggy.

“Rosie and Ryan are the perfect fit for Autograph – beautiful, exclusive and absolutely contemporary,” said Marks and Spencer executive director Steve Sharp, reported Socialite.com.

PHOTOS: Ryan Reynolds & Sandra Bullock At The Change Up Premiere

“On set, they worked together to deliver a mesmerizing performance which allowed us to capture shots that sizzle with excitement and an air of mystery.”

Sharp went on to add: “We are very proud of the result – a set of truly stunning photographs that totally encapsulates the Autograph brand.”

PHOTOS: Hunks In Trunks! The Most Eligible Bachelors

English beauty Huntington-Whiteley, 24, is far more experienced as a model than an actress, having posed in front of the cameras for Victoria’s Secret and Burberry.

Ryan, 34, is best known for his string of hit films including The Proposal and X-Men Origins: Wolverine, but by the look of these brooding photos, he is a natural fashion model.

RELATED STORIES:

Apes Pulverize Ryan Reynolds And Jason Bateman At The Box Office

Ryan Reynolds And Scarlett Johansson Reportedly Reigniting Their Romance

Jason Bateman Brings Up Ryan Reynolds’ Divorce On The View

Ryan Reynolds & Scarlett Johansson Finalize Their Divorce

blog comments powered by Disqus