Rosanna Davison has shared a stunning snap to mark her oncoming due date. The photograph in which the former Miss World is posing nude, shows off her bump beautifully.
Posting it on the 1st of November Rosanna captioned it; “The miracle of new life. Due date month is finally here…”
Kathryn Thomas commented underneath the snap; “This is everything. Made me well up a bit if I’m honest… so thrilled for you Rosie…. the countdown is on” as did many others including Pippa O’Connor; “What an amazing picture.”
In a recent post she revealed she’s counting down the days until her little boys arrive, with only six weeks to go.
The Irish model and her husband Wes Quirke are expecting twins in November – and can’t wait to hold them in their arms.
Rosanna, who’s already mum to little Sophia, shared a snap of her growing bump, looking positively radiant.
“30 weeks of this incredible, life-changing journey. Feels like quite a milestone. Less than six weeks to go,” she beamed.
After 14 heartbreaking miscarriages, Rosanna believed she’d never carry her own children, but to her delight, fell pregnant earlier this year.
“I was told that I would probably never be able to carry my own baby due to a suspected immune system dysfunction, which numerous different medical treatments failed to rectify.
“So for this to just happen naturally, and to have twins too by complete chance, is an absolute dream come true for us,” she said.
“My doctor can’t offer a medical explanation for why I have been able to sustain this pregnancy and it will probably always remain one of life’s mysteries.
“However, we found out I was pregnant after the first month of lockdown when I was far more physically relaxed than I’ve been in years and enjoying the slow pace of family life at home, despite the anxiety and sadness in the outside world. So perhaps that time out from the stress of busy everyday life made all the difference.”
The pair learned of her pregnancy in mid-April, but kept it completely private for a few weeks.
“We held onto our lovely secret for a long time because our past fertility challenges have taught us not to get excited about a positive pregnancy test,” she said.
“Losses at any stage of pregnancy are traumatic and can make it more difficult to really believe that your family dreams might come true.”
She continued, “Over the past couple of years, I had done a lot of work on myself to make peace with the idea that I was the girl who would never be able to carry her own child or that I may never even have a family of my own, so the last few months have been a process of reversing what I thought I knew and had accepted about myself. I actually think we’re still in shock.”