Rosie Huntington-Whiteley's weight is in question after the Victoria's Secret supermodel paraded a super-skinny frame in Miami over the weekend.
The 24-year-old wore a tiny bandeau bikini in Miami, Florida, while celebrating the New Year with boyfriend Jason Statham, 44. The Burberry model and her actor beau lounged poolside with friends.
After the photographs surfaced, many were struck by her noticeably thin body. The Daily Mail noted that she looked alarmingly slender and that she appears to have got even more slight over recent months.
RadarOnline.com called her scary skinny and contacted a nutritionist to discuss Huntington-Whiteley's size. She is way underweight for 5' 9, Dr. Majid Ali, who has not treated Rosie. She can't be more than 100 lbs. Her model card reads she is a size 4, but Dr. Ali disagreed. Size 0-1 makes way more sense than a 4, he said.
Although underweight, I have to say she doesn't have that emaciated look as a binge purge person has. But she and salads and two meals a day must be best of friends.
As a model, Huntington-Whiteley is used to body requirements. However, for her debut acting role in Michael Bay's Transformers she had to up the ante.
Huntington-Whiteley underwent serious training to prep her body for the blockbuster film. The Daily Mail brought her weight into question in September when the model-turned-actress was photographed leaving E. Baldi restaurant appearing very thin.
At the time, a spokesperson for the model told MailOnline Rosie is very health conscious and always has been (her mother was a fitness instructor) and likes to eat well and keep trim.
In Grazia magazine, Huntington-Whiteley described her exercise regime. It takes lots and lots of hard work. I have three personal trainers- James Duigan in London, Jason Walsh in LA, and my friend Justin in New York, Rosie explained. That means there's no excuse not to be at the gym wherever I go. Duigan revealed to the magazine that Rosie had been known to push herself to 18 workouts in 6 days prior to a promotion shoot for Transformers.