Inside Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Jason Statham's huge £7.5m Chelsea home as they move back to UK from LA
ROSIE Huntington-Whiteley has shared a vision of her new Chelsea home that she's renovating with Jason Statham.
The British couple have moved back from LA to London and the model has posted pictures of their property project in the making with glimpses of their swanky new abode and style.
The model, 33, can be seen in a spacious bathroom in front of a huge mirror alongside a large area of greenery while posing in the bare shower room wearing a short black dress with her hair loosely curled.
Continuing the modern, minimalist theme she can be seen in another bright room with a large window, white walls and an old wooden floor as she looks out to the distant green wearing a long black leather coat and white trainers.
Neutral themes and ideas flow throughout the house with white brick walls covered in various design ideas.
With decisions on the interior still being mused, slabs of marble can be seen with different styles of flooring scattered across the ground.
A black leather sofa and white seating area with a wooden ceiling shares the living space with a dining table complete with minimalist soft furnishings and plant pots.
The supermodel, who shares son Jack with Jason, 53, captioned the photographs of the renovation process: “Designing my dreams.”
Fans gushed: “We can not wait to see more as everything you create is beautiful."
Another wrote: “Yes! Can’t wait to see the final look I’m sure it’ll be amazing! You have the most amazing style at everything."
Others penned: “Wow this is HUGE! So cool!” and: “Can’t wait to see the final results!”
The supermodel and the actor have forked out £7.5million on the Chelsea property after returning from Malibu with their two-year-old son Jack.
It's thought the duo sold their £14million Malibu mansion and decided it was time to move back home after missing friends and family.
A source told The Sun previously: "Various lockdowns and ongoing political unrest over the past year have taken their toll.
"In the midst of a pandemic, both Jason and Rosie just want to be closer to home, closer to their families and UK friends.
"After months of house-hunting, they finally found their dream pad – and couldn't be happier."
The move comes after the pair sold their £14million Malibu mansion and Rosie, 33, said she had missed British “humour”.
The pair have been engaged since 2016 – and might now get married on home turf.
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