The network is discussing the resonant photo of Rosie Huntington-Whiteley. Paparazzi caught the former Victoria's Secret angel leaving an industrial building in London with dancer Camilla Khalid
Rosie was clearly not ready to meet with reporters. The British supermodel was dressed in activewear - a sleeveless black puffer jacket over a gray hoodie, yoga socks and white and gold Chanel calfskin and suede sneakers. Rosie's hair was pulled back into a simple ponytail and she didn't have an ounce of makeup on her face.
It was the model’s “clean” face that caused a stir in the media and social networks. Many Internet users were amazed by the condition of Rosie's skin, and they began to accuse the star of retouching her photos on Instagram too much*, creating the image of an unattainable beauty and traumatizing the psyche of women, from whom society already demands too much.
“The almost pristine beauty of supermodel Rosie Huntington-Whiteley. And she already glued on the eyelashes and tattooed her lips. Imagine what it would be like without them,” commented on the “Most CREAM” telegram channel.
However, fans of the model came out in her defense. In their opinion, there is nothing wrong with using photo editors, because almost everyone does it. And “honest” paparazzi photos only remind us that “celebrities are people too.”
“A moment of self-esteem: even stars have bad days. Pararazzi caught Rosie Huntington-Whiteley without makeup. And it’s nice to know that she’s not a robot who looks perfect 24/7,” they said in the telegram channel “Only to anyone...”.
At the end of November, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley shared photos from Abu Dhabi, where she and Jason Statham flew to the Formula 1 Grand Prix.