Belfast Telegraph

Thursday 17 April 2014

Jason Statham 'to pop the question'

Jason Statham and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley

Jason Statham is expected to propose to his model girlfriend Rosie Huntington-Whiteley "soon".

The action star has been dating the model for more than three years and they live together in Los Angeles. Rumours are rife that Jason is ready to settle down with his stunning girlfriend and is close to popping the question.

"I hear he'll propose soon," an insider told Us Weekly.

Jason has been juggling a busy work schedule recently, with a series of new movies coming out this year including Parker, Hummingbird and Homefront.

The 45-year-old actor is apparently convinced Rosie is his perfect partner as they are both used to living in the public spotlight. They are also still wildly attracted to each other, with Rosie recently revealing they enjoy whispering "naughty stuff" to one another.

"Their connection is very serious and physical," another source revealed.

Jason may be 19 years older than 26-year-old Rosie, but the age difference hasn't affected their relationship. The beauty recently revealed she had no interest in "hanging out with boys" and loves dating an older guy.

Rosie has also expressed her desire to settle down and start a family with Jason.

“I don’t think you enter a relationship and stay in a relationship with somebody for two-and-a-half years if you don’t love [them] and don’t see a future with [them]," she said last year.

Jason has made no secret of his feelings for Rosie either. He has previously praised her down-to-earth attitude.

"Little Rosie. Good old Rosie. She's a farm girl. You should see her at home. She's so down-to-earth. She's so normal. She grew up on the farm," he smiled.

The pair went public with their relationship in April 2010 when they were photographed at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.

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