'I'm up to my eyes' - Rosanna Davison puts modelling on hold to focus on new career
Rosanna Davison is set to put modelling on hold this year as she concentrates on her new career.
The 32-year-old wants to focus on writing her second cookbook and has decided to take a break from booking modelling jobs.
The book will features recipes on what to eat before and after gym workout, as well as healthy snacking advice.
"I like going on trips abroad for work but I'll definitely be going less on extra stuff and more focusing on my book," she said at designer Thomas Sabo's Spring Summer 2016 collection at the Marker Hotel on Tuesday.
The former Miss World is already an accomplished author, as her book - Eat Yourself Beautiful - remains popular with readers.
"The book is going great. We're onto the third print run. It's flying now," she told the Herald in October.
"It's the fastest-selling book for the publisher (Gill and McMillan) so far this year. Everyone's really happy with it."
The nutritionist recently returned from a two-month holiday in Mauritius with husband Wes Quirke and her family to ring in the new year and was "delighted" to see that her book is still doing well in the charts.
"It was a lovely surprise to get back to. We're now gearing up to the shoot for book number two now so I'm up to my eyes doing the recipes."
Previously the nutritionist has said: "My intention was to simply encourage people to make small changes to their diet, such as including more fruit and veg, which can make a big difference to how you feel.
"I always wanted to show that you can swap less healthy ingredients, like refined sugar, in recipes for healthier alternatives."