Rosanna Davison said she expects her twins to breastfeed but has admitted it will not be effective.
Rosanna and her husband Wesquirk are expecting similar twins in November, having welcomed their beautiful baby daughter Sofia through a gestational carrier.
Former Miss World expects her amazing babies in November after 14 miscarriages.
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Rosanna said Irish Mirror: “I want to give myself a ride when it comes to breastfeeding, it all depends on how well I can do and how well I can feed two babies.
“I support breastfeeding, it’s the best approach for babies, but it all depends on how effectively I can do it, but I will make it a journey.
“I think it is best to do what is best for you and your children in the end. The baby who feeds is a happy baby.
“Once they get enough food, that’s the important thing,” she added.
This is after Rosanna honestly talked about how she felt partially guilty after being informed that she and Wes were expanding their family.
The country was overjoyed to hear the wonderful family news of Rosanna after it was revealed last year that she had multiple miscarriages.
On her podcast, The Good Glow, she told broadcaster Georgie Crawford: “We’m still shocked when we look down and see my belly or feel like kicking them.
“I was very nervous about sharing our news.
“I felt guilty for the woman who was suffering and had not yet had a happy baby.”
Talking about becoming a family of five, Rosanna recently told the Irish Mirror: “We told Sofia that we were going to be a big sister, and she still did not understand, but I’m sure she’s going to do that when her brothers come.
“I think she’s got a strong personality, so I think she’s going to be their boss.”
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