Cristiano Ronaldo whisks Georgina Rodriguez and kids off to Majorca and takes trip on luxury yacht after Euro 2020 exit

CRISTIANO RONALDO has whisked Georgina Rodriguez and the kids off to Majorca for a luxury yacht trip following his Euro 2020 exit.

The Portugal legend took to social media to post a picture with his partner and four children – Cristiano Jr, Eva, Mateo and Alana Martina – off the coast near the town of Pollensa in the north of the island.

He captioned the post: “It’s time to rest with my loves.”

Ronaldo helped fire his country through from the Group of Death but they were dumped out by Belgium in the last 16.

The five-time Ballon d'Or winner will return to action with Juventus for pre-season in the coming weeks with the new Serie A campaign set to get underway on August 22.

The boat he went out to sea on with his family is thought to be the 88-feet long Azimut Grande, the super-yacht he purchased last June which boasts five luxury cabins and six bedrooms.

Azimut Grande is capable of reaching 28 knots, thanks to two 1,900 horsepower engines, and is made of carbon fibre weighing a whopping 93 tonnes.

Ronaldo used to rent the Africa I yacht from a charter company before buying his own vessel.

Cristiano, 36, and Georgina, 27 are staying at a rented house in northern Majorca with the children according to local reports although they spent the weekend relaxing on the Med.

The Juventus star picked Majorca last year for his summer holidays.


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He was spotted cruising around the island in his new yacht and visited the upmarket tourist town of Deia, where Bob Geldof owns a home.

AC Milan striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has also been enjoying the delights of Majorca and in mid-June posted a video of him cycling bare-chested along Palma seafront.

This weekend Ronaldo had topped the Instagram rich list for the first time after dethroning wrestling legend Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson.

The dad-of-four has more followers than anyone else in the world – currently 309m but increasing all the time – and social media experts say they believe he can charge around £1.2m for a post on his account.

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