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Discover Rosanna Davison’s Secrets to a Happy Marriage

Rosanna Davison reveals her and Wes are 'still to have an argument'

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After a year of marriage, former Miss World and hubby Wesley Quirke look the picture of happiness. Check out Rosanna Davison’s secrets to a happy marriage.

Rosanna Davidson and Wes

The couple celebrated their one year anniversary after tying the knot just over a year ago in two separate wedding ceremonies, in Ibiza and Dublin’s Merrion Hotel. They have been together for nine years.

The Irish model said:

We’re still waiting to have an argument. I think that you learn to respect each other’s space and you learn what bugs each other,

We’re together and married now – so what’s the point in arguing?”

Rosanna Davison and Wes never argue, Irish model Rosanna Davidson

Like many newlyweds, the blonde beauty still finds it hard to believe that she is a married woman.

I can’t believe it’s been a year already. I’m still getting used to the word husband.”

The Co. Wicklow native has said that she will use her nutrition knowledge on Wes when the time comes to try for a baby. Rosanna has her own nutrition website and social media sties, with a following of over 20,000 on Facebook and 61,500 on Twitter, and is currently finishing off her debut cookbook – Eat Yourself Beautiful.

Rosanna Davison and Wes never argue, Irish model Rosanna Davidson

“I’m healthy and I know how to get my body ready to give myself the best chance – and how to boost Wesley’s fertility too.

My parents would love to be grandparents and Wesley and I would love to start a family,

The last year has just been so busy.”

Rosanna previously told Goss.ie that the couple planned to have two children.

I originally said four but now it’s down to two. I told him he could get a new wife if he wanted four kids. That’s a lot of work.”

She reveals that her father Chris de Burgh advised the couple to have children soon and not to leave it too long. Could the pitter patter of tiny feet be on the cards this year? We’ll have to wait and see!