Rosie Huntington-Whiteley On Burberry Body, 'Transformers 4' & British Men's Dance Skills (VIDEO, PHOTOS)

PICS: Rosie Huntington-Whiteley Ditches Her Shirt, Talks 'Transformers'

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley loves wearing a trench coat.

So it's the ultimate irony that her new fragrance ad, the Burberry Body campaign which will continue to catapult her already-rising star, finds her removing a trench coat till she's wearing almost nothing at all. "This particular trench was amazing because it was silk and just felt amazing on the skin," the British model tells us. "I think that one had a sort of mink lining... which was really sexy," she adds, laughing.

Alas, for the sexy commercial, Huntington-Whiteley had to take it off -- almost entirely. "There are certain tricks," she laughs, explaining how she manages to undo the coat, roll around and somehow never reveal more than a generous hint of skin.

The ability to pose nearly naked with confidence is something Huntington-Whiteley learned from years modeling, including her turn as a Victoria's Secret Angel. She was less familiar, however, with acting, something she needed to learn quick as the female lead of this summer's "Transformers 3."

"Well I didn't have much time [to prepare]," she tells us about making the action flick. "It was like, from the moment I was asked to be in the film to my first day on set was about two weeks. So I didn't really have much preparation time, and there wasn't a finished script for me."

She added, "Physically it's very demanding -- you know you're running for like days and days on end, and you get bruises and cuts and scrapes and you fall and you get up." (When asked whether she would do it all again for a possible "Transformers 4," Rosie replies, "Absolutely.")

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Rosie Huntington-Whiteley for Burberry Body at Macy's

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley At Macy's

Her new gig, thankfully, requires no falling, no running and certainly no bruising. As the face for Burberry's Body perfume, Huntington-Whiteley rolls around seductively in the aforementioned silk-and-mink trench coat, selling the shiny new fragrance for the British fashion house.

She also sold it last night at Macy's in Herald Square, where she greeted about 300 fans on the main fragrance selling floor (wearing more than she wears in the commercial, but not by much). Last night's posing was easy, as it barely compared to the giant press tour she and Shia Labeouf endured for "Transformers 3."

It was on that long tour around the world, at photo calls and red carpets, that we saw Rosie wear an array of stunning dresses. Her favorite? Her gown for the movie's UK premiere in London, for which Burberry's creative director Christopher Bailey custom-designed her dress. "I said I want a Michelle Pfeiffer, 'Scar Face' dress," Rosie laughed. In the result, she said, "I felt like a million dollars."

The only thing that could have possibly made it better, perhaps, would have been a guest-appearance by a royal -- one in particular. "I'm waiting for my proposal [from Prince Harry]," Rosie told Regis Philbin on Live! with Regis and Kelly, admitting to a giant crush.

But has she seen him dance? How could she be attracted to those lame moves?

"I love a bad dancer!" laughs Rosie. "Most British men are bad dancers."


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