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Chris de Burgh to turn wedding singer for Rosanna's big day tomorrow

Published 31/05/2014 | 07:58

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Rosanna with superstar father Chris de Burgh
Rosanna Davison and Chris De Burgh
Rosanna Davison and Chris De Burgh
Rosanna Davison wedding venue - Atzaro in Ibiza, Spain
Rosanna Davison wedding venue - Atzaro in Ibiza, Spain

Rosanna Davison, will have the other man in her life, dad Chris to walk her up the aisle and serenade her at tomorrow's ceremony.

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While, the Dublin model usually ensures she is picture perfect in her daily life, she will spend the day relaxing in a spa within the confines of a luxury Ibiza hotel, ahead of her lavish nuptials tomorrow.

The 30-year-old will officially celebrate her marriage with husband Wes Quirke and 100 guests at the luxurious Altzara Hotel and Spa on Sunday following a civil ceremony in a five-star Dublin hotel earlier this month.

Singer dad Chris De Burgh will walk her up the aisle and Rosanna said she more than likely wont be able to stop him from serenading the couple with some of his hits at the boozy wedding reception.

The couple are keeping intimate details of their second wedding bash under wraps and have hired security to stand guard at the upmarket property after securing a magazine deal with a UK publication.

But before all that, the slender blonde, who flew to the Spanish resort with her hubby and parents on Thursday, is making the most of the pre-wedding day treatment.

Keen to keep it a laidback affair, Rosanna will enjoy a lunch with the wedding party, before spending Saturday afternoon in the spa with her bridesmaids and mum Diane.

The wedding party, which includes pregnant socialite and Rosanna’s best friend Hayley Rock,

made their way to Ibiza yesterday, where they enjoyed an evening soaking up the sun in the Spanish resort.

Rosanna said there are “a few surprises” in store for her guests tomorrow. She will remain in Ibiza with Wes and her family until next week.

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