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Rosanna Davison poses for stunning naked picture just weeks out from twins' birth

Melanie Finn

PREGNANT Rosanna Davison has posed for a stunning naked pic of herself as she revealed that she is due to give birth to her miracle twins in less than a month.

She is almost 33 weeks' gone which means she will welcome in her two baby boys around the same time as her baby's first birthday.

"The plan is for them to be delivered when I'm almost 36 weeks," she said.

"I'm grateful to say that I've been feeling very well and I've had a smooth, uncomplicated and healthy pregnancy so far with nothing to report other than tiredness in the afternoons and evenings.

"But I think that's to be expected while also looking after a very hungry and active 11-month-old. I still can't quite believe we'll be meeting our new baby boys in less than a month."

Wes and Rosanna will welcome identical twins in November

She and husband Wes Quirke went through the heartache of losing 14 pregnancies on their long journey to become parents, due to the former Miss World having a suspected auto-immune system issue.

The couple fulfilled their dream on November 21, 2019 when they welcomed baby Sophia in the Ukraine after she was born via gestational surrogacy.

But Rosanna (36) stunned her followers last July after revealing that she had naturally conceived twin baby boys confounding medics.

She attributed the surprise pregnancy to relaxing more during lockdown.

The toned fitness guru also put her amazing figure down to being able to do prenatal gym sessions three times a week with trainer Jessi Kavanagh and swimming and pregnancy sessions.

"I've been doing Pilates since I was 18 and I think it has really helped to keep my core, pelvis and back strong in pregnancy. My energy levels have been good, although I'm resting with the feet up as much as I can now."

Rosanna opened up about what it was like being pregnant during the pandemic and said it could be weeks before her brothers Hubie and Michael, or indeed her parents Chris de Burgh and Diane, meet their new nephews.

"Thankfully, Wes will be allowed in the delivery room with me but my parents will have to wait until I'm home with the boys - and my London-based brothers might not make it home even for Christmas.

"So it's a challenging time for families for so many reasons, but we count ourselves lucky to have something to look forward to.

"There will be lots of Facetime chats to show everyone the new arrivals."

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