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double act Rosanna Davison reveals she uses nail varnish to help tell her twin baby boys apart

The model, who welcomed twin boys, Hugo and Oscar into the world in November, took to Instagram to share her top parenting tip.

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The model, who welcomed twin boys, Hugo and Oscar into the world in November, took to Instagram to share her top parenting tip.

The model, who welcomed twin boys, Hugo and Oscar into the world in November, took to Instagram to share her top parenting tip.

Rosanna Davison and her newborn son. Photo: Instagram.

Rosanna Davison and her newborn son. Photo: Instagram.

Rosanna Davison after giving birth to twins Oscar and Hugo

Rosanna Davison after giving birth to twins Oscar and Hugo

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The model, who welcomed twin boys, Hugo and Oscar into the world in November, took to Instagram to share her top parenting tip.

Rosanna Davison has revealed she uses nail polish to tell her identical twin baby boys apart.

The model, who welcomed twin boys, Hugo and Oscar into the world in November, took to Instagram to share her top parenting tip.

The author, nutritionist, and former Miss World revealed that it can be difficult for herself and husband Wes Quirke to tell the twins boys apart, leading her to break out the nail polish.

Cradling Hugo in her arms, the model took to her Instagram stories to reveal:

“I have a little bit of a confession to make, when we are tired and It’s dark in the room it can be difficult to tell the boys apart.

“They are absolutely identical apart from the fact that Hugo here is slightly smaller than his brother Oscar so I came up with a way to tell them apart as recommended by other twin mums

“He’ll probably be pretty pissed off with me when he is older but I bought some special toxic free child-friendly nail polish to paint on a couple of Hugo’s fingers in this very fetching turquoise colour. Just incase there is any confusion we can tell our son’s apart."

Last month, the author admitted she was “incredibly proud” of her body after giving birth to her two baby boys.

Writing on Instagram, she said: ‘A favourite photo from a truly bizarre year. Three days postpartum, breastfeeding tiny Hugo in the NICU for the very first time. Hugo was born almost 1lbs smaller than Oscar, although has since caught up. Pair of eating machines!’

‘I was high on happiness and hormones, despite feeling dazed and sore. My swollen postpartum tummy looked like a deflated basketball, although I felt so incredibly proud of it… It had just grown and been home to two perfect little people!

‘I still miss that huge bump. The human body is extraordinary. And the mask is a true sign of the times in a year that we will never forget. Sending you all love and positivity for 2021, and a new year filled with health and happiness."

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