June 19, 2012 · 0 Comments
My, what good genes you have! Meet Florence, little sister of Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, and new Jack Wills model
10:37 EST, 19 June 2012
15:33 EST, 19 June 2012
It appears that lingerie model Rosie isn’t the only Huntington-Whiteley to have been blessed with the family’s good genes.
Now her similarly stunning little sister Florence, a first year student at Leeds University, has followed her sibling into the modelling world, beginning with fronting the new summer campaign for preppy clothing label Jack Wills.
The fashion house has chosen 19-year-old brunette Florence as one of its 19 young ‘Seasonnaires’, a hand-picked bunch from Britain, the USA and China who will host parties and events in holiday locations around the world.
Sister act: Florence Huntington-Whiteley is a ‘Seasonairre’ for Jack Wills this summer, and will be hosting parties and events in Aldeburgh, Suffolk
Sporting bright red hot-pants, a peach-coloured T-shirt emblazoned with the Jack Wills name and a beaming grin, Florence appears to be thrilled about her new summer job.
Based in the Suffolk seaside town of Aldeburgh for the campaign, Florence said: ‘I’m a first year at Leeds University and this will be my first summer as a Seasonnaire. I cannot wait for it all to get started, so fingers crossed for good weather and I hope to see you around!’
Florence’s 25-year-old sister Rosie is a Victoria’s Secret model and actress, who made her screen debut in Transformers and has just announced she will star in upcoming the upcoming film Max Max: Fury Road.
Rosie will also make her design debut later this year with an exclusive collection of Twenties-inspired lingerie for Marks & Spencer.
Called Rosie For Autograph, the line will form part of the successful Autograph range and will be launched in stores from September.
Role model: Florence’s big sister Rosie, 25, is a Victoria Secret model and actress who will launch a collaborative lingerie line with Marks & Spencer later this year
Florence will be tweeting about her Jack Wills fun in the Aldeburgh sun via @florenceahw, and you can follow the Seasonnaires campaign here.
By Emma Brown