Cristiano Ronaldo is now a proud father-of-four following Georgina Rodriguez’s birth of a bouncing baby girl last weekend.
Image shows Cristiano Ronaldo, his 7-year-old son Cristiano Ronaldo Jr., and the twins – Eva and Mateo
The Portugal and Real Madrid ace warmly received his new bundle of joy in Madrid on Sunday, media reports confirm.
Ronaldo’s decision to have a child through Georgina seems a welcome development after the famous footballer received huge backlash for having his first son and twins – Eva and Mateo – via surrogate moms.
The lovebirds named their baby girl Alana Martina.
“Alana Martina is born!” wrote Ronaldo on Twitter. “Both Georgina and Alana are doing great!
“We are all very happy!”
A Alana Martina acaba de nascer! Tanto a Geo como a Alana estão muito bem! Estamos todos muito felizes! ❤️ pic.twitter.com/nMT4rYc32U
— Cristiano Ronaldo (@Cristiano) November 12, 2017
Cristiano Ronaldo Jr. is 7 years old whereas the twins are just few months old.
A report from Marca confirms Georgina gave birth at the Clinica Quiron in Pozuelo on Sunday.
Ronaldo took a time-off from his club Real Madrid and was exempted from Portugal’s national team schedules to witness the childbirth. He will enjoy the presence of his newest addition to the family of four children until next weekend, reports confirm.
Rumors have it that the 4-time Ballon d’Or winner who led Portugal to last year’s European Championships and played a big role in Real Madrid’s La Liga and Champions League victories dubbed “double-double,” will lose the upcoming World Best Player of the Year award to Lionel Messi.
According to a report from MSN, Messi will likely get the trophy for single-handedly leading Argentina through their 2018 World Cup qualifiers.