Chris De Burgh's daughter Rosanna Davison gives birth to twins

‘All our dreams have come true’: Chris De Burgh’s model daughter Rosanna Davison gives birth to twins after 14 miscarriages… as former Miss World admits she is ‘bursting with love’

  • The model, 36, took to Instagram on Tuesday and shared a photo of herself alongside her sons Hugo and Oscar and husband Wes Quirke 
  • Rosanna has been open about her past fertility struggles and welcomed her daughter Sophia last November via surrogate 
  • The beauty told how she found out she was pregnant during the first week of lockdown when she was physically more relaxed than she’d been in years
  • Rosanna wrote: ‘I was told that I would probably never be able to carry my own baby due to a suspected immune system dysfunction, which numerous different medical treatments failed to rectify’
  • She added: ‘My doctor can’t offer an explanation for why I have been able to sustain this pregnancy and it will probably always remain one of life’s mysteries’ 

Former Miss World Rosanna Davison has confirmed she has given birth to identical twin boys after previously suffering 14 miscarriages. 

The model, 36, who is the daughter of singer Chris de Burgh, took to Instagram on Tuesday and shared a photo of herself alongside her sons Hugo and Oscar and husband Wes Quirke.

Rosanna has been open about her past fertility struggles and welcomed her daughter Sophia last November via surrogate after doctors said it was her best option to fulfil her desire to become a parent. 

Congratulations: Former Miss World Rosanna Davison has confirmed she has given birth to identical twin boys after previously suffering 14 miscarriages

The Irish beauty gave birth in the National Maternity Hospital in Dublin and said she and husband Wes’ hearts were ‘bursting with love’.

She wrote: ‘Our beautiful and healthy identical twin baby boys, Hugo and Oscar, arrived safely into the world this morning and our hearts are bursting with love ❤️❤️

‘Just like that, we’ve become a family of five and all our dreams have come true. We’re deeply grateful to the wonderful, hardworking team at @nationalmaternityhospital for all of their kindness and support ❤️’. 

Rosanna also took to her Instagram Stories and shared an adorable snap of her and Wes cradling Hugo’s hand.

Parents: Rosanna welcomed her daughter Sophia last November via surrogate after doctors said it was her best option to fulfil her desire to become a parent (pictured with husband Wes Quirke)

Thanking her followers for their well wishes, she wrote: ‘Thank you so much for all of your gorgeous messages, comments, emails, texts and good wishes. 

‘All so appreciated and trying to work my way through them… but it’s been kind of a long day!’ 

Along with the addition of her miracle twin boys, Rosanna will be celebrating Sophia’s first birthday this weekend.  

Rosanna announced she was pregnant with her boys on Instagram, writing: ‘We found out I was pregnant after the first month of lockdown when I was far more physically relaxed than I’ve been in years and enjoying the slow pace of family life at home, despite the anxiety and sadness in the outside world. 

Heartwarming: Rosanna also took to her Instagram Stories and shared an adorable snap of her and Wes cradling Hugo’s hand

She wrote: ‘Our beautiful and healthy identical twin baby boys, Hugo and Oscar, arrived safely into the world this morning and our hearts are bursting with love’

‘So perhaps that time out from the stress of busy everyday life made all the difference.’ 

Sharing snapshots of her blossoming bump online, Rosanna wrote: ‘We have some news! Wes and I are beyond overjoyed to announce that we’re expecting identical twin boys this November.’

She continued: ‘As I’ve spoken openly about this year, we struggled with fourteen pregnancy losses over the past few years and a challenging fertility journey before finally welcoming Sophia last November by gestational surrogate.

‘I was told that I would probably never be able to carry my own baby due to a suspected immune system dysfunction, which numerous different medical treatments failed to rectify.

‘Long day’: Thanking her followers for their well wishes, she wrote: ‘Thank you so much for all of your gorgeous messages, comments, emails, texts and good wishes’

Family: Rosanna is the daughter of singer Chris de Burgh (pictured together in 2017) 

‘So for this to just happen naturally, and to have twins too by complete chance, is an absolute dream come true for us.’

She went on: ‘My doctor can’t offer a medical explanation for why I have been able to sustain this pregnancy and it will probably always remain one of life’s mysteries.’

‘We still can’t quite believe it ourselves and it’s taken a long time to properly process it and feel ready to share the news. As if 2020 hasn’t already been packed with enough surprises.’

She finished her caption by willing her followers to ‘never give up hope’, saying: ‘Fertility miracles may take some time, but they really can happen in the most unexpected and magical ways.

‘As always, sending so much love to those of you still on your baby journey. Never give up hope.’

Motherhood: Rosanna was told by doctors that surrogacy abroad would be the best option for fulfilling their desire of becoming parents (pictured, with her daughter shortly after she was born)

In November last year, Rosanna announced she and her husband Wes had welcomed a baby girl by surrogate after a series of miscarriages that medical professionals were unable to explain.

Alongside a photograph of herself holding newly-born Sophia Rose Quirke, she posted: ‘And the dreams that you dare to dream really do come true.

WHAT IS GESTATIONAL SURROGACY?

In gestational surrogacy, the child is not biologically related to the surrogate mother, who is often referred to as a gestational carrier.

 Instead, the embryo is created via in vitro fertilization (IVF), using the eggs and sperm of the intended parents or donors, and is then transferred to the surrogate

Source: Surrogate.com

‘Today, November 21st 2019 at 11.57am, our beautiful and healthy daughter Sophia Rose Quirke arrived safely into the world weighing 6lbs 8oz… she’s absolutely perfect.

‘We’re completely overwhelmed with love and gratitude for our incredible gestational surrogate, who has given us the greatest gift of all and made our family dream a reality #oursurrogacyjourney’.

Sophia was born via a gestational surrogate, which means the surrogate carries an embryo created using the parents’ egg and sperm, but is not genetically related to the baby.

The former Miss World was told that surrogacy abroad would be the best option for fulfilling their desire of becoming parents.

It was suggested that an over-active immune system, had been the cause of her body rejecting embryos.

Rosanna and Wes married in 2014, a year after getting engaged abroad with a ring estimated to cost around £32,000.

In a 2015 interview with VIP magazine, Rosanna revealed hopes to start having children after promotions for her book ‘Eat Yourself Beautiful’ ended.

She received a stream of comments from fans and celebrities congratulating her on the birth of Sophia, as many revealed they had emotionally followed her journey to becoming a first time parent.

‘I’m so filled with all the emotions for you guys. What a journey. You are the best parents ever already, I just know it. Huge congratulations to you all,’ one wrote.

Couple: Rosanna and Wes (pictured) have documented their surrogacy process on Instagram, following a number of miscarriages 

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