Irish model Rosanna Davison, winner of Miss Ireland 2003 and Miss World 2003, gave birth to identical twins at the age of 36. The boys were named Hugo and Oscar. The model posted a photo from the maternity hospital in Dublin with her sons and husband on Instagram with the caption: “We became a family of five. All our dreams come true. “
Roseanne is the daughter of popular singer Chris de Burgh, best known for his 1986 hit The Lady in Red. He dedicated his song For Rosanna to his daughter.
In 2014, Davison (who took her mother's last name) officially married her longtime boyfriend, Wesley Quirk, who also worked as a model.
The couple dreamed of a big family. The woman suffered 14 miscarriages. She was undergoing treatment that did not work. Doctors argued that she would never be able to carry a baby due to problems with the immune system, which rejects the embryos.
In November last year, the couple nevertheless became parents. The girl, who was named Sofia, was given birth by a surrogate mother.
However, Roseanne eventually miraculously managed to become pregnant naturally and bear the children. Rosanna announced the future addition of the family in July of this year. Doctors consider her case a medical mystery.
Rosanna with her husband and daughter and Rosanna with her father
In 2003, Roseanne became Miss World
Photo rosanna_davison / Instagram