Jason Statham plans to propose to Rosie Huntington-Whiteley

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Jason Statham
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Jason Statham Bang Showbiz

JASON Statham is preparing to propose to Rosie Huntington-Whiteley.

The 'Redemption' star, 45, is besotted with the 25-year-old model, whom he has been dating for three years, and can't wait to take their relationship to the next level.

A source close to the actor told Us Weekly magazine: "I hear he'll propose soon.

"Their connection is very serious and physical."

The British supermodel recently revealed that she and Jason have an intense connection and aren't bothered by their 19-year age gap.

She explained: "Jason and I make each other laugh whispering in each other's ears. You know, naughty stuff.

"I'm not interested in hanging out with boys. I have all the man I need!"

Sources close to Rosie, who is set to appear in the upcoming movie 'Mad Max: Fury Road', previously revealed she couldn't decide whether she is ready to settle down and have children.

An insider said: "Jason is broody, and has made no secret of his feelings. Rosie wants to have his kids one day, but isn't sure now is the right time.

"She's getting movie roles and advertising deals and feels her career is at a peak.

"Jason just doesn't want to be an old dad. He's seen pals Guy Ritchie and Vinnie Jones become fathers and he's really jealous of them.

"He doesn't want to be seen to put pressure on Rosie, as he understands she's still young and has respect for her and her career. He is used to getting his own way though." 

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