Sunday 23 September 2018

'I would have popped out four at this stage if Wes was to have his way' - Rosanna Davison feeling under pressure to have babies

Rosanna Davison
Rosanna Davison

She's busy with her career, but Rosanna Davison has admitted she's feeling under pressure from her family to have kids.

The former Miss World (31) is working on her new foodie website and is just about to launch her debut cookbook, but her husband Wes Quirke has only one thing on his mind - babies.

The striking blonde revealed her other half is keen to have a big family, something she's not so sure about.

"I would have popped out four at this stage if he was to have his way. He wants four children," Rosanna said.

"He came from a family of four, and I was saying to him, his mum started when she was in her mid-twenties. I don't know how realistic it is."

Speaking to the RTE Guide, the Playboy covergirl also said her parents are eager for her to start a family of her own.

The beauty queen admitted her famous dad, crooner Chris De Burgh, is urging her to put her career on the backburner.

"He isn't even being subtle anymore," she explained.

"He's just like, stop working. My mother Diane's been subtle and supportive up until about a month ago, but now she has started dropping heavier hints.

"I would love to give them grandchildren. They would be amazing with them. It's kind of the next part of my life now, once the book is ticked off," Rosanna added.

Hopes for the Picnic

THE Dublin and Waterford-based singing troupe, High Hopes Choir, have been added to the lineup at this year's Electric Picnic.

The choir, which is made up of people with experience of homelessness, was the subject of a RTE documentary series last year.

Now High Hopes look set to follow in the footsteps of Dublin Gospel Choir and perform at the September festival, singing classics by Coldplay, Snow Patrol and Kodaline.

Wail of a time for the capital

They just supported The Script for their sell out Croke Park gig and now legendary reggae group the Wailers have revealed they will be returning to Dublin this Christmas.

The band, who famously played with music icon Bob Marley, announced they will play a one-off gig in the Academy on December 14.

Tickets costing €32.50 go on sale at 9am this Friday at www.ticketmaster.ie.

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