Joanna Krupa says she will go to Poland to assist in relief efforts for Ukrainian refugees

Joanna Krupa discussed her plan to head to Poland to help Ukrainian refugees during an interview with TMZ that was released on Wednesday.

The 42-year-old television personality, who was born in Warsaw, spoke about how her husband, Douglas Nunes, had previously flown to her country of birth in order to participate in humanitarian efforts.

The model also noted that she would soon trade places with her husband and begin assisting refugees as soon as he returned home to take care of their young daughter Asha-Leigh, aged two.

Looking to the future: Joanna Krupa discussed her plan to head to Poland to help Ukrainian refugees during an interview with TMZ that was released on Wednesday; she is seen in 2018

Krupa began the interview by noting that she was sympathetic to the feelings of Poland’s residents, many of whom had been greatly affected by the ongoing conflict.

‘I think everybody that’s, you know, Polish and lives there, of course they’re worried what’s next, what’s going to happen,’ she said.

The model then expressed that she greatly admired the charitable efforts of the Polish people to date.

‘I’m just so proud of the Poles, the whole Polish community and everyone’s just volunteering, doctors, nurses, people are making food, people are organizing toys for the kids,’ she stated.

Making a difference: The 42-year-old television personality, who was born in Warsaw, spoke about how her husband, Douglas Nunes, had previously flown to her country of birth in order to participate in humanitarian efforts;  they are seen in 2019

Making a difference: The 42-year-old television personality, who was born in Warsaw, spoke about how her husband, Douglas Nunes, had previously flown to her country of birth in order to participate in humanitarian efforts; they are seen in 2019

Krupa then noted that ‘my husband just went there on Saturday so he’s there trying to organize some transportation.’

She did express, however, that she ‘can’t say too much because of … safety.’

The supermodel then remarked that ‘it just warms my heart to see how much good is being done during this really emotional and critical and sad time.’

The former Real Housewives of Miami cast member stated that Nunes had previously grown fond of her country of birth and that he would be doing everything he could to assist in relief efforts.

Being honest: The former Real Housewives of Miami cast member stated that Nunes had previously grown fond of her country of birth and that he would be doing everything he could to assist in relief efforts;  she is seen in 2015

Being honest: The former Real Housewives of Miami cast member stated that Nunes had previously grown fond of her country of birth and that he would be doing everything he could to assist in relief efforts; she is seen in 2015

‘We go there often and he fell in love with it, and when the whole war started he said, “I can’t just sit back and do nothing” … he has a lot of connections so I know he could be very helpful, ‘she stated.

Krupa went on to note that she would also assist in the efforts when Nunes returned to take care of the couple’s child.

‘We decided I’ll stay here with my daughter and then we’ll probably switch when he gets back and I’ll go over there,’ she stated.

The former Dancing with the Stars cast member added that ‘I just want to hug these kids and these families.’

Timeline: Krupa went on to note that she would also assist in the efforts when Nunes returned to take care of the couple's child

Timeline: Krupa went on to note that she would also assist in the efforts when Nunes returned to take care of the couple’s child

Krupa also expressed that she was previously concerned about the safety of relief workers, although she had overcome her fear and was ready to go and help refugees.

‘At the beginning of the war, I was worried, but I think, you know, we can’t just sit back and be worried,’ she said.

She added: ‘I’m sitting with my daughter cuddled up in bed with a warm blanket and a pillow and these families, like, their lives have changed overnight.’

Concerned: She added that 'I'm sitting with my daughter cuddled up in bed with a warm blanket and a pillow and these families, like, their lives have changed overnight'

Concerned: She added that ‘I’m sitting with my daughter cuddled up in bed with a warm blanket and a pillow and these families, like, their lives have changed overnight’

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