-I think the last time I saw you
was at the Met Gala. -Yes.
-Which is almost a year from — Right? It’s gonna be on Monday. -It’s on Monday.
So almost a year. -It’s a beautiful event
to raise money for the Metropolitan Museum of
Art. -And that’s the second event we’ve got to sit
next to each other. -Yeah. -We sat next to each other
at the Golden Globes maybe five or six years ago. -I totally remember that.
-Yeah. -We had so much fun.
-Yeah. -I don’t think I’m sitting with
you this year, though. -I know.
-I’m bummed out. -I know.
-We had so much fun. Remember I had my weird glasses? -You had weird glasses
and I kind of spooked you because we were
doing a selfie and — -I can’t believe
you did that to me. -So mean of me.
-That I fell for it. You know that thing that you do,
where you go, like, just take a quick selfie and go,
“Yeah.” But you’re actually videotaping
the person? [ Laughter ] It’s so lame of you to do that. -He’s got more of a pout
than I do, actually. -We actually have it,
unfortunately. We’ll show it to you. Here’s seven seconds of this.
Watch this. -Oh, we’re video– I thought
this was a still photo! I’m sitting there going —
[ Cheers and applause ] You busted me, man. It was fun. How is Jason?
How is the baby? -Great.
-How old is the baby now? -Baby’s nearly two.
Jack’s nearly two. Yeah. -Is he two years old?
What is he into? -He’s into —
Okay, so, right now, I probably watched
the first half of “Lion King,” I would say almost every night
since January. -Really? -“The Lion King” is big
in our house right now. Yeah. -Wow. I’m lucky. My kids
didn’t jump into one movie. -Yeah. It’s kind of nice
’cause you get to sort of relive all these, like,
childhood memories and go back through
all your favorite movies. But “The Lion King”
is the only one that’s stuck with him so far. -I would think, like,
“Peppa Pig” would be giant. -“Peppa Pig” is big too. Yeah.
-Right. -Peppa, peppa, peppa, peppa. -Please, no. Don’t even start with
“Dora the Explorer.” -I’m determined he’s gonna have
an English accent for as long as we can
string it out for. I’m like, “Watch ‘Peppa.'” [ Laughter ] -Kids in America are getting
English accents from — -I heard that. I read that.
I was like, “Yes!” [ Laughter ]
-It’s a beautiful accent. I love it.
-Thank you. -Let’s talk about your business.
I want to hear about Rose Inc. -Yeah. -This is a — It’s a cool thing
that you thought of? -Yes. So, Rose Inc. basically
kind of feels like my whole career
led me to this place. I’ve spent 16 years
nearly every day in the hair and makeup chair. And I would say it’s truly one
of my favorite times of my day, and I built so many incredible
relationships with people. And over the years, I was
starting to get a lot of questions about beauty
from friends and families and, you know, my audience. And so, I really wanted to build
this content platform where people could come
and we could, you know, share all things beauty-related. -It’s fantastic.
-Thank you. -I checked it out today.
-It’s great for you. I know. It’s great for you. Because I know you’re always
looking for five ways to wear a lipstick. [ Laughter ] -No, I’d like — I want to see
how, under my eyes, how many de-puffers I need.
-Yeah. -But it’s also,
you get to involve really great makeup artists.
-Yeah. Yeah, so, we get to, you know,
reach out to all the great people that I’ve worked with
in the industry. All my friends that I’ve met
along the way. And we just kind of do
these fun tutorials, talk about makeup,
talk about beauty. -That’s great that you do that.
-Yeah, it’s just fun. -And when you go on — What’s your best advice
that you can give? What’s you’re worst advice
that you’ve been given? -I think the worst advice that
I’ve ever been given came from a model agent
when I was about 18. I just got to New York. And he said to me, “I’ve got
a piece of advice for you. If you want to succeed in this
industry, basically, you need to eat
two pieces of sushi a day and just drink coffee.” -Oh, my gosh. -To which I said — well,
the first thing I said began — it began with an F
and ended in a “you,” so… [ Laughter ] I was out the office
immediately. -Wow, he really said that?
-Yeah, he really said that. -How gross. What’s the best
advice that you’ve gotten? -I think the best advice
probably came from my mum when I was really growing up and that was my first
introduction, like most women. My first introduction to beauty was watching my mum
getting ready. And she said to me, “You know,
makeup is about enhancing what you have,
not hiding what you have.” And at the time I didn’t really
understand what that meant. And as I’ve gotten older, it
sort of always stayed with me. And I think it’s really about,
you know, enhancing the things that you love about yourself
and playing on those things and focusing on those things
rather than focusing on the things that we, you know — the things
that we find negative. -It’s Rose Inc.
I think it’s great. [ Cheers and applause ] It’s smart. It’s right. Rose Inc. is the website. I figured, while you were here, I know the Kentucky Derby
is coming up. -I know.
-I’m very, very excited. And I thought maybe
you could show me how to wear
a Kentucky Derby hat. -With pleasure.
-Really? I have one for you. This is — -I love a hat.
-You do? -I have to say, being an English
girl, I love a hat. And I don’t know if it’s got
anything to do with the shape of my head, and
it does sound really big-headed, but I’m yet to put a hat on
that I can’t rock. [ Cheers and applause ] -Let’s see if
I can rock one as well. [ Cheers and applause ] Now, how does one walk? Can you teach me how one walks
with their hat like this? -It’s all about balance. -Yeah, I already feel like
I’m gonna fall over. Yeah. -Where are we walking? -We can start back here and end
up on that spot over there. -It’s a good idea when walking to try and walk
in a straight line. I know that might be hard for
you after your games with Ryan. -After my gin drinking? Yes. All right.
-Okay. -Yes, here we go. Look at this. -Arms down.
-All right. -And focus.
-Wow. [ Cheers and applause ] Oh, my gosh. You know what you’re doing. All right, Rosie. Here we go.
-Take it away. ♪♪ [ Laughter ] [ Cheers and applause ] -I just did a double take. Rosie Huntington-Whiteley,
everybody. Check out her beauty website,