Rosanna (30): I want a family while I’m still young
Former Miss World delighted for model boss Andrea Roche
HER model boss Andrea Roche is preparing to become a mum and now bride-to-be Rosanna Davison is thinking about having children.
The former Miss World told the Irish Independent that with her 30th birthday coming up next April, she’s decided she would like to start a family while she’s “still young”.
“It’s so exciting for Andrea and being 30 next year I’m certainly thinking about it more,” she said.
“I don’t want to leave it too long. I would like to seriously sit down and talk about it happening in the next few years.”
Rosie treated her fiancé, long-term partner Wes Quirke, with a surprise birthday party to mark his 30th last weekend and said the couple really want to have their own family.
The model turned out this morning to help launch Junk Kouture Recycling Fashion Competition 2014.
Wearing a floor-length dress made entirely of used coffee capsules, Rosie joked that she may have found the perfect frock to walk up the aisle with Wes Quirke in next June.
The UCD graduate, who has hired a wedding planner to assist in organising her wedding, said that “a few” bridal gowns have caught her eye and she is now hoping to get her gown in Ireland.
“I’ve properly started dress shopping now and there are a couple I really like. I surprised myself because I went in thinking I wanted one look and came out with a totally different idea in my head. I would like to go traditional if I can and I do want a white dress, with a veil and all that.
“I’d like to go Irish if I can, but it won’t be Dawn [Fitzgerald].”
Junk Kouture Recycling Fashion Competition 2014 is supported by Bank of Ireland and the European Recycling Platform (ERP).
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