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Rosanna Davison Planning Vegan Friendly Wedding

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Model and former Miss World, Rosanna Davison, is planning a vegan friendly destination wedding with fiance Wesley Quirke. The wedding will take place sometime next summer.

Davison has been a vegetarian for more than 10 years, but recently transitioned to a vegan diet as part of her training for the Galway Ironman.

She said about her upcoming nuptials, “The food at the wedding won’t be all vegan. Wes is a carnivore unfortunately. He said a while ago that he wanted a pig on a spit, and I was like ‘No way in hell am I having that at my wedding’.”

While the wedding will not be entirely vegan, there will be plenty of food that everyone can enjoy. She is considering gluten-free options as well.

Davison had this to say when asked about her wedding cake:

“I’ve made inquiries about it and you can get two layers as normal and then one layer vegan. You can get the vegan chocolate biscuit cake and I would have that whole layer to myself!”

The happy couple is proof that vegans and omnivores can coexist peacefully in relationships.

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