You don't need us to tell you how insanely beautiful Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is. The mother-of-one always looks glowing, natural and radiates a lit-from-within sheen at all times. Her secret? A £3.99 bottle of moisturising body cream that the Duchess of Sussex happens to be a fan of too! Speaking to Glamour Magazine last week, the former Victoria's Secret model said: "I swear by the classic NIVEA Body Cream. Every time I use it, I'm like 'why would anyone use any other body cream?'. It smells good, it gives the most beautiful sheen and it is so moisturising. I have all these amazing, expensive, gorgeous-smelling creams and I love them but I always come back to the Nivea." Can't say fairer than that, right?
Rosie reveals her bargian beauty item she cant live without
Prince Harry's wife famously told Beauty Banter that she is obsessed with the cut-price brand - in particular their iconic body cream.
Irresistibly Smooth Body Lotion, £3.99, NIVEA
To keep her skin smooth and soft, she told the publication that she uses Nivea Skin Firming Hydration Body Lotion "religiously", adding that "it's so affordable, and makes my skin look and feel amazing. I would buy a case of this at a time if I could find it."
The Duchess of Sussex loves NIVEA too
This isn't the first time the wife of Jason Statham has name checked a inexpensive brand. We are always incredibly interested to know what she uses, as the model has access to the best lotions and potions in the business.
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In a series of behind-the-scenes snaps in January, makeup junkies noticed a bottle of Weleda Skin Food on her make-up table. The cream has a huge celeb following and is readily available; it's priced at just £9.95 for 100ml at Holland and Barrett. The nourishing cream is packed with plant extracts and essential oils, and is ideal for very dry skin. And not only that, but Victoria Beckham loves it too!
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