Model's deeply saddended by poor conditions in Phnom Penh
The model, 26, has been getting to know youngsters in slums around Phnom Penh who are affected by poverty, hunger and disease.
‘I’ve been so inspired by the children I’ve met on my first day in Cambodia, despite the conditions they live in,’ says Rosie.
‘It was heartbreaking to meet a mum whose baby daughter died from diarrhoea when she was just six months old because of the sewage and dirty conditions.
‘When children get ill here, they don’t always have access to medicine or clean water to be able to get better.’
Rosie‘s trip has been captured on camera and will be broadcast live on ITV’s Soccer Aid on Sunday 8 June.
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