Rosie to the rescue! Victoria's Secret model Huntington-Whiteley wades through rough surf to save a dog floundering in the tide
To the rescue! Rosie Huntington-Whiteley waded into the ocean going after a dog that had swam out too far and was struggling against the tide in Malibu on Saturday
Rosie waded into the water going after the pet which seemed to had swam out too far and was struggling against the tide.
She could be seen beckoning the animal towards her before eventually grabbing him by the collar after her had gone to fetch a ball.
Rosie was looking on top form in her wetsuit top and bikini briefs.
Great figure: The model looked on great form in a wetsuit top and bikini briefs
Sun-kissed: She went barefoot across the shore line with her blonde locks staying dry in the heat
The blonde displayed bone dry locks which had been kept so thanks to the intense heat in the area this week.
As she climbed over rocks by the cliff, her toned body showed she was obviously looking after it.
On Friday she shared a picture of a liquid meal she was about to consume as part of a juice cleanse.
Pooch power: Rosie climbed into the water to guide the dog back
Risky fetch: The pet seemed to have gone after a ball
The tide is high: The star walked the the animal back to safety
She wrote alongside the snap: ‘Delicious!!! #greens #juicing #kale #spinach #apples #Chlorella #Spirulina.’
The English star – who is dating British actor Jason Statham – also showed fans a profile shot of herself relaxing on the beach that day wearing a headband, sunglasses and large drop earrings.
A friend of the earth, Rosie’s outfit for the day consisted of a T-shirt with a message close to her heart on it.
She posted an image of her top which read ‘Make Love Not Climate Change, ‘ agreeing with the sentiments on the fashion piece by simply captioning it, ‘Word’.
'Beach day': Rosie tweeted a snap of herself soaking up more sun on Friday
Looking after her looks: She shared her liquid meal online
Close to her heart: The actress showed off her 'Make Love Not Climate Change' top