Rosie Huntington-Whiteley changes her clothes ''six times a day'' since becoming a mother, because her son is so messy.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley changes her clothes ''six times a day'' since becoming a mother.
The 31-year-old model and her fiancé Jason Statham welcomed their son Jack Oscar into the world 13 months ago, and the beauty has now said she's learning the hard way that she has to keep her clothes well away from the tot, as she finds herself swapping outfits as many times as he does.
She said: ''The other day, he poured a whole bowl of body oil all over a lovely new dress. I feel like he gets changed six times a day, and I get changed six times a day!''
The blonde beauty never gets ''time to herself'' now that she's a mother, and so admits her hair and make-up routines are now drastically cut down.
She added: ''As a new mom, I get hardly any time to myself. It's always a challenge. So when I get in [front of] the mirror, I say, 'Okay, I've got a choice: hair or makeup.' I always go for makeup. But five-minute makeup, that's what I'm all about. I have it down to five minutes.
''[For my hair], I scrape it back into a bun or a side part or slick it back into a quick bun or just keep it down and straight. It goes up very quickly if I spend a little bit of time with the baby.''
But despite her lack of personal time, the process is all worth it as she loves being a mother to Jack, who is now ''nonstop talking''.
She said: ''Not real sentences, just new words every day. And sign language [signs] for the animals.''
When asked if she has any advice for new mothers, Rosie insists she's still too ''early on'' in her own journey to be dishing out tips, but does think taking it ''easy'' is the best way forward.
Speaking to People magazine, she said: ''I really don't feel like I'm in the position to give anyone any advice. I'm so early on in this. It's a big adjustment becoming a mom.
''I think the only thing I can just say is take it easy on yourself. But let me know how that works out for you.''
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