The catwalk queen from the Westcountry, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, can now name her price when it comes to modelling, according to a top US fashion agency. Women New York, which represents Rosie, says the Tavistock-born model is now one of the highest-earning and most successful models on its books.
The 20-year-old has been called the next Kate Moss and dubbed a leading member of the so-called "artist-rockracy" for dating the son of Rolling Stones' guitarist Ronnie Wood.
And according to Chris Gay, spokesman for Women New York, Rosie's career is going from strength to strength. "I would say Rosie is one of the top UK models working today and one of the top earners."
"She has moved to New York and is highly respected in the industry for her attitude. She does do catwalk but most of her work is in print where she is very successful."
Rosie recently did a shoot for Victoria's Secret and Clinique which is a major fragrance.
Rosie's success has taken her all over the world and is a far cry from her upbringing in Devon where she was a student at Tavistock College. Her career started when she was spotted by London-based agency Profile which took her on at the age of 16.
Although she is not yet in the same earning bracket as Kate Moss who reportedly takes around £4 million a year, Rosie can now command tens of thousands of pounds for each assignment.
Her relationship with Tyrone Wood, the 23-year-old son of Ronnie, was the subject of tabloid speculation this week after the pair spent a week at a luxury villa in Ibiza. According to reports in the Daily Mail the £13,500-a-week hotel was burgled and possessions belonging to the pair were stolen.