Real Housewives Of Miami star Joanna Krupa has revealed she may head to Poland to help Ukrainian refugees.
The model and TV personality said her husband Douglas Nunes has already gone over to the country – which is where she was born – to do his bit amid the conflict.
Speaking to TMZ, she said they decided that she would stay at home with their two-year-old daughter Asha-Leigh but that they would "probably switch when he gets back".
"I'm really thinking about it, to go probably with my sister," Joanna, 42, said.
"Because I just want to hug these kids and these families and go see these, you know, all the different shelters with the animals that were rescued."
The star spends a lot of time in Poland, where she is a judge on their version of America's Next Top Model.
She said Douglas had visited with her many times and fell in love with the country.
When Russia went into Ukraine he told her he could not sit back and do nothing, so flew over to help organise transport to get children and families out.
"I can't say too much because of the safety of everything going on but it warms my heart to see how much good is being done in this really emotional and critical and sad time," Joanna said.
Earlier this week, the blonde shared a video on Instagram of her and Asha-Leigh saying goodbye to Douglas.
She said in the caption that she was so "proud" of her hubby for stepping up.
The pair got engaged in March 2018 and tied the knot in Krakow, Poland that summer.
Their daughter was born in November 2019.
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