‘I’ve tried everything but she wants to wait until it’s safe’ – Rosanna Davison says her agent is trapped in the besieged city of Kherson

Rosanna Davison revealed her agent was too scared to leave Ukraine because Russian troops were attacking civilians who were fleeing.

The former Miss World, who became a surrogate for daughter Sophia in November 2019, said she is in daily contact with her mother of Kherson descent as she tries to find a way to safety.

“I looked at every possible angle and everything I could do to help her. She is in a position where she is not comfortable leaving unless they are given a green corridor to evacuate,” she told the independent.

“I was looking at humanitarian organizations that are removing people from cities near that part of Ukraine. But she says there are too many reports of people being bombed and shot at, people trying to escape in cars, and she just feels unsafe trying to get out.

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“She stayed with her sister and her young daughter. She just wanted to shelter until she felt that it was safe to leave. I tried everything but she wanted to wait until she felt it was safe.”

She reached out to her agent at the beginning of the crisis and invited her to live with her, but then Russian troops surrounded the southern city of Kherson, making it impossible for her to leave.

She and husband Wes Quirke, who also have twins Hugo and Oscar (1), said they will always have a special connection with Sophia’s surrogate.

“It’s always been on your mind, me and Wes and we hope she’s okay. I made sure she had money to buy food and that sort of thing.

“Banks are closed so she can’t access cash. Food is in short supply and we can support her that way and check on her. It’s really heartbreaking.

“Previously, Ukraine was just a peaceful, happy place to live because of all the stories we saw and heard. It’s just perversion, what’s going on. ”

Speaking as she and Irish rugby star Tadhg Beirne helped kick off 65 Cystic Fibrosis Ireland (CFI) Rose Days on 8 April, this year’s fundraising had the added element of trying to help Help people who are having fertility problems.

One of the lesser known side effects of CF is infertility, and without IVF, many people would not be able to have a family. Last year saw Ireland (CFI) offer more than €83,000 for fertility treatment. This year, it hopes to raise €350.00 to provide support and services to people with CF, including funding the CFI Fertility Benefit Program. People can donate on April 8 by buying a purple rose or giving it on the website

“Ireland has made some progress but remains one of the only countries in Europe that does not offer free IVF, according to the health system,” Ms. Davison said.

“It’s great to see more progress in that area, especially for people living with CF. It’s great to be an ambassador to raise awareness about infertility treatment. It’s a really positive step in the right direction and it shows how far the conversation about fertility and assisted reproduction in humans has come. We’re becoming more and more aware that fertility can be a struggle for those living with CF, and I’m in a position to help raise that awareness.” ‘I’ve tried everything but she wants to wait until it’s safe’ – Rosanna Davison says her agent is trapped in the besieged city of Kherson

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