Wednesday 18 October 2017

Rosanna Davison celebrates Halloween in Dublin as Snow White

Instagram: @RosannaDavison
Instagram: @RosannaDavison

Elaine McCahill

Rosanna Davison is known for her sexy Halloween costumes and this year the former Miss World did not disappoint.

The Foxrock native had a fancy dress party with her family and friends over the weekend and donned a sexy Snow White get-up for the occasion.

Instagram: @RosannaDavison
Instagram: @RosannaDavison

Her other half Wes Quirke also loves a theme and did his best impression of Fred Flinstone for his guests.

Other Halloween ravers included Wes’s brother Andy and his girlfriend Grace Power, along with his cousin Jules Coll, who documented her dramatic weight loss on RTE documentary Nine Stone Lighter.

It's been a busy few months for Rosanna following the release of her cookbook 'Eat Yourself Beautiful'.

Sales of the Former Miss World's debut book have exceeded expectations.

The vegan cook book has been the subject of criticism, but it hasn’t stopped Irish people scooping it off the shelves.

Rosanna’s book is on its third run which will see more than 20,000 copies of the book sold on the Irish market.

“It is our fastest selling book all year,” a spokesperson for Gill and MacMillan said.

“People want to be beautiful inside and out and Rosanna’s book is a huge hit.”

Rosanna Davison pictured with Rozanna Purcell this evening at the launch of Rosanna Davison's book
Rosanna Davison pictured with Rozanna Purcell this evening at the launch of Rosanna Davison's book " Eat Yourself Beautiful" at House Dublin in Leeson Street

Meanwhile, model Rozanna Purcell’s debut cook book has been pushed back until Spring 2016 and will not compete with Rosanna’s book during the Christmas season.

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