Rosanna Davison has shared a heartfelt post about her pregnancy on social media this weekend. The former Miss Ireland announced last night that she was expecting twins later in the year.
Sharing a gorgeous snap of her growing bump in a bikini she shared; “To go from thinking I’d never be able to carry my own baby, to watching my body change and expand almost daily as it grows and nourishes two little humans, has given me a whole new appreciation for it.”
“I’ve never felt such strength, pride and confidence in my body.”
Recently she said that despite the overwhelming tiredness, she’s feeling really good during this trimester of her pregnancy.
The model, who welcomed her first child to the world via surrogacy last November, recently discovered she’s expecting twin boys.
Showcasing her growing bump, she reveals her two little boys are now the size of bananas, and doing really well.
“20 weeks down and about 16 to go. Been feeling good this trimester apart from being knackered most of the time,” she said
“And no cravings either but still can’t get enough icy cold fruit…watermelon, strawberries and frozen grapes.”
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.”