Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Jason Statham look loved-up at Critics' Choice Awards

Chloe Best

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Jason Statham couldn't have looked happier as they stepped out together for the Critics' Choice Awards on Sunday. The couple, who confirmed their engagement at the Golden Globes, gazed into each other's eyes as they walked the blue carpet at the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, Los Angeles.

It was no wonder Jason couldn't take his eyes off his bride-to-be; Rosie looked stunning in a plunging black Saint Laurent gown, which she accessorised simply with a co-ordinating clutch bag and her gorgeous diamond engagement ring, which is reportedly worth around £243,000.

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Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Jason Statham looked loved-up at the Critics' Choice Awards

Rosie's film Mad Max: Fury Road proved to be the biggest film of the night with an incredible 13 nominations – nine of which it went on to win. The model-turned-actress, who plays The Splendid Angharad in the highly-acclaimed film, collected the Best Director award on behalf of George Miller while Jason looked on proudly from the audience.

The couple's glamorous date night came just a week after Rosie debuted her sparkling Neil Lane ring at the Golden Globes awards, with her representative later confirming the happy news of their engagement to HELLO! Online.

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The couple gazed into each other's eyes as they arrived at the event

It has since been reported that the ring, which features a five-carat diamond set in platinum, cost around £243,000 ($350,000) and is from jeweller-to-the-stars Neil Lane, whose previous clients include Jessica Simpson and Jacqui Ainsley.

While they have not revealed any details about their engagement, it is thought that Jason could have proposed to Rosie during their recent exotic getaway to Thailand, where they put on sweet displays of affection as they relaxed together on the beach.

Rosie has previously revealed the secret to what makes her relationship work with her partner of five years, telling Self magazine: "We're best mates. He makes me laugh every day. I almost feel like I never had a proper boyfriend before!"

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