It’s TWINS! Footballer Cristiano Ronaldo, 36, and pregnant Georgina Rodriguez, 27, share scan pictures as they prepare to become parents of SIX
- The Manchester United star, 36, shared the news with fans on Instagram on Thursday, and gushed their ‘hearts are full of love’
- Georgina shares daughter Alana, three, with Cristiano, and the Manchester United star also has son Cristiano Jnr, 11, and twins Eva and Mateo, four
- Georgina and footballer Cristiano famously met while she was working as a retail assistant in Madrid in 2016
- They announced the birth of their first child together in November 2017, four months after he announced he’d welcomed twins via. surrogate
Cristiano Ronaldo’s girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez is pregnant with twins.
The Manchester United star, 36, shared the news with fans on Instagram on Thursday, and gushed their ‘hearts are full of love.’
Ronaldo, who will welcome his second and third child with Georgina, 27, wrote: ‘Delighted to announce we are expecting twins. Our hearts are full of love – we can’t wait to meet you.’
Baby news: Cristiano Ronaldo, 36, has announced his girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez, 27, is pregnant with twins
Announcement: The Manchester United star, 36, shared the news with fans on Instagram on Thursday, and gushed their ‘hearts are full of love’
Ronaldo’s post showed himself and Georgina proudly showing their twins’ ultrasounds, along with an image of his four children swimming together.
The Argentinian beauty shared the same images and caption on her own grid.
Georgina shares daughter Alana, three, with Cristiano, and the Manchester United star also has son Cristiano Jnr, 11, and twins Eva and Mateo, four.
Cute: Along with the announcement, Cristiano posted an image of himself alongside his four children Cristiano Jnr, 11, Eva and Mateo, four, and Alana, three, in the swimming pool
Minutes after the Man United striker shared the news, his mother Dolores Aveiro wrote: ‘Let my grandchildren be born healthy. That’s what matters the most.’
The 66-year-old, who suffered a life-threatening stroke last year, posted the twins’ ultrasounds on her Instagram Story around the same time along with an applause emoji.
Georgina’s elder sister Ivana, who confirmed in July she was expecting her first child with her painter and sculptor partner Carlos Garcia, also congratulated the footballer and his partner.
They wrote the couple’s Instagrams in Spanish: ‘Congratulations, family’ followed by two heart emojis.
It comes after Georgina revealed she wants Cristiano to propose in a teaser for her new fly-on-the-wall Netflix series.
In the trailer she is badgered by pals about whether or not Cristiano, 36, will pop the question in the video.
‘It doesn’t depend on me… I wish,’ she tells her friends over dinner, giving a knowing nod to her boyfriend.
She then says ‘Ojala’ – a Spanish term that loosely translates into ‘Should God will it’ and ‘Let’s hope so’.
Partner: Georgina and footballer Cristiano famously met while she was working as a retail assistant in Madrid, as they caught eyes across the rails in Gucci in 2016
The show, called Soy Georgina, follows her at home, with her family, and at events with friends.
Last month Georgina and Ronaldo relocated to the UK after the sports star returned to his old club Manchester United.
Ronaldo’s oldest son Cristiano Jnr was born in the United States in 2010 but immediately taken back to Madrid to be raised in Spain. The identity of his mother is unknown.
In June 2017, the Real Madrid star then surprised fans with the news he’d welcomed twins Eva and Mateo through a surrogate, and just one month later he and Georgina announced they were expecting their first child together.
Asked by Spanish publication El Mundo whether he was ‘happy’ to be expecting again, he said: ‘Yes, very much.’
Baby on the way? Georgina is pictured on the red carpet for the Venice Film Festival last month
Georgina then gave birth to their daughter Alana on November 12, 2017, with the sportsman announcing the news on Instagram, writing: ‘Alana Martina is just born! Both Geo and Alana are doing great! We are all very happy!’
Georgina and footballer Cristiano famously met while she was working as a retail assistant in Madrid, as they caught eyes across the rails in Gucci in 2016.
Last year, she admitted that the meeting with the Juventus star saw her ‘fall in love at first sight’.
She claimed that the feeling was mutual following their encounter as she revealed in a recent interview with Italy’s Elle magazine.
On the move! Ronaldo and Georgina relocated to the UK last month after his historic return to Manchester United (pictured in their 5-0 loss against Liverpool on Sunday)
Georgina said: ‘The first meeting with Ronaldo was at Gucci where I worked as a sales assistant. Days later we saw each other again at another brand’s event.
‘It was then we could talk in a relaxed atmosphere, outside of my work environment. It was love at first sight for both.’
Last year, Georgina sparked speculation that she’d tied the knot with her beau when she referred to him as her ‘husband’ in a gushing post celebrating her 26th birthday.
Sharing a snapshot of herself and Ronaldo posing with their children, Georgina wrote: ‘Happy 26 for me, very happy. I can’t ask life more. Just a lot of health for my family and me and to always enjoy them.
‘Thank you all for your congratulations, flowers and therefore love. And Thank you to my husband for giving me the best of life, our children. I love you.’
Ronaldo has never shied away from showering Georgina with gifts, and earlier this month he surprised her with a £150,000 jewellery trunk.
The astonishing Louis Vuitton Malle Vendome boasts eight drawers for the stunning brunette’s most expensive bracelets, necklaces and rings, and she gushed on Instagram she was ‘speechless’ upon receiving the gift.
Georgina was previously earning £10 an hour when she met and started dating Cristiano five years ago.
Popping the question? It comes after Georgina revealed she wants Cristiano to propose in a teaser for her new fly-on-the-wall Netflix series, which will be released later this year
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