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Rosanna Davidson: ‘I had sort of accepted that I was a girl who couldn’t have a baby herself’


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by Lia Hynes
12th Mar 2021

Read time: 6 mins

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For Mother's Day Lia Hynes sits down with Rosanna Davidson, whose exceptional journey into motherhood has given many hope.

Rosanna Davidson was at least twenty-seven weeks pregnant with her twin boys Hugo and Oscar, who were born in November of last year, before she allowed herself to really believe in the pregnancy, to get excited at the fact. Before she and husband Wesley Quirke brought their daughter Sophia, born through surrogacy, home in November 2019, the former Miss World had suffered fourteen miscarriages. “I didn’t get overly excited; I only did one test,” she...

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