ROSANNA Davison has admitted that she considered starting an animal sanctuary after suffering multiple miscarriages.
Former Miss World fears she won’t have children after a terrifying race 14 pregnancies that did not take place in full.
Now a mother of three children, Rosanna reveals that she will turn to her love of animals to help her cope when she is worried that motherhood won’t come.
She said: ‘I’ve accepted the idea that my body is incapable of carrying a full-term pregnancy and that’s who I am.
“If I was asked when I was thinking about having children, I would simply say, ‘Actually, physically, I can’t have my own children.’
“I myself had to work very hard to make peace with being told that I might never hold my own baby, and gradually I came to the conclusion that I could still live a fulfilling life. enough and happy to have no children of his own.
“I spent a lot of time thinking about my life and who I am, considering what would make me feel happy and fulfilled without children.”
Rosanna, who recently revealed her beloved Pomeranian Leo has passed away but remains a “mother” to Pom Ted, added: “As an animal lover, I feel that having a home full of pets would be a blessing. part of my future, and I even toyed with the idea of starting an animal sanctuary.
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“Living with purpose and making a positive impact on the lives of others in the process is my goal.
“All of this is true – and it also prevents many intrusive conversations.”
The daughter of the Lady In Red singer, Chris de Burgh, has been very open about her birthing journey and put out a book about her struggles to be a mother called When Dreams Come True.
Rosanna, 37, and her husband Wes Quirke are the proud parents of three nippers – two-year-old and one-year-old Sophia twin sons Hugo and Oscar.
Miss World 2003 candidly shared that she felt “my body was falling apart” and that facing consecutive miscarriages was both “cruel” and “heartbreaking” for her and her husband.
She says she’s found “a coping mechanism” – and turning to her love of animals is one example.
In her book, she talks fondly of her grandmother and says her vacations at home have sparked a lifelong relationship with nature.
“We are a family that loves the outdoors and sports and also spent a lot of our childhood running around the garden playing with Milly, their much-loved black Labrador,” says Rosanna. Me and I really want our kids to have the same. Carefree experience packed with adventure.
“We had wonderful stays at my grandparents’ house, Bargy Castle in Wexford, where we helped out on the farm and had a great time sailing and later swimming in the sea at the local beach.
“Some of my happiest childhood memories are from the time I spent on the farm with my grandmother.
“I have always been most pleased with the soldering suit and the old wax coat, which helps her during the shepherding season.
“The sheep shed is affectionately known as the ‘Shepherd’s Hotel’ and often has a barn in the yard for orphaned or impoverished lambs in need of extra care and attention.
“I used to like to help my grandmother prepare the milk bottles for the baby lambs by hand.
“In fact, mixing Sophia’s cooled boiled water with scoops of powdered milk brought back all those memories.
“As a child and equine teenager, I pestered my mother to buy me pony magazines at our local newsstand and dream of owning a pony one day. own.
“I love my weekly riding lessons, competing in hunter challenges and performing friends’ horse events, enjoying long happy summers at the stables and reading every book about horses that I can hold in my hand.”
Rosanna said another dream came true when she was 12 years old and her grandmother surprised her with a horse of her own, which she named Molly.
She added: “It was the moment I’ve always dreamed of since my aunt Sarah took me to my first riding lesson when I was seven years old.
“I spent most of the weekend with Molly in Bargy, enjoying long walks through the fields, exploring the trails and woods, doing jumps with a long log on two crates. oil and join as many local gyms as you can.
“Then I will take the train from Dublin to Wexford and stay with Granny in the castle.
“I used to spend hours carefully polishing Molly’s saddle and bridle, braiding her mane and tail, grooming her glittery coat and varnishing her hooves on her hooves, before Grandma helps me load her into the crate and takes me to different competitions. in the area.”
https://www.thesun.ie/tvandshowbiz/8165720/rosanna-davison-considered-animal-sanctuary-miscarriage-hell-babies/ I considered starting an animal sanctuary if I couldn’t have children after heartbreaking miscarriage, says Rosanna Davison