Rosanna Davison has said she is “really worried” for her agent, who cannot leave her shelter in Ukraine as the Russian invasion continues.
A week later, the former Miss World revealed that she had been in contact with her agent, who helped bring Rosanna’s first daughter Sophia to the world in 2019.
She invited her agent and daughter to live in Ireland with her family.
“It’s been a sensitive, difficult and traumatic situation for a lot of people,” she told RSVP Live.
“We contacted our agent last week to invite her to Ireland to live with us until it is safe to return to Ukraine or who knows what will happen there.”
But the agent representing Rosanna found herself stuck, with no way out, as Ukraine prepared to enter the third week of the conflict.
“Currently, her city is surrounded by Russian troops and she has no way to get out or get to the border,” she explained. I think she is more than 1,300 km from the Polish border.
“She has a baby girl and she is with her family so she doesn’t see a way out at the moment but we really hope that at some point it will.
“Obviously we are very concerned for her safety, she is a very special person to us because she gave birth to our daughter.
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“Without her we wouldn’t have Sophia so we can’t even imagine if something happened to her, it would be devastating.”
The 37-year-old welcomed her first daughter Sophia through a surrogate in 2019.
She went to Kyiv with her husband Wes Quirke to find a surrogate after 14 horrific miscarriages.
The couple are also parents to twin sons, Hugo and Oscar, to whom Rosanna was born in November 2020 after experiencing a “reproductive miracle”.
https://www.independent.ie/style/celebrity/celebrity-news/rosanna-davison-really-worried-for-surrogate-who-is-unable-leave-shelter-as-russia-continues-attack-on-ukraine-41429417.html Rosanna Davison ‘really worried’ for agent unable to leave shelter as Russia continues to attack Ukraine