Cristiano Ronaldo becomes a father of twins through surrogacy
Portugal striker Cristiano Ronaldo shared for the first time the picture of his newly born twins following his national team’s defeat in Confederations Cup on Thursday. Ronaldo’s family of three consisting of son Cristiano Ronaldo Jr. and girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez will be now joined by the twins. Jr will now enjoy the company of his little brother Mateo and sister Eva.
Cristiano Ronaldo shares adorable picture of his newly born twins
The footballer who was in Russia representing his national team announced on Thursday the arrival of his twins. He wrote on Facebook:
I was in the service of the national team, as always, body and soul, even though my two children were born.
– Cristiano Ronaldo
The Real Madrid striker shared the heartwarming picture of his twins on Instagram where he was holding the toddlers in both of his arms. He captioned the picture, “So happy to be able to hold the two new loves of my life”. Cristiano is now the father of three.
Cristiano who recently faced defeat in the semi-finals of the FIFA Confederations Cup with Chile, returned home to celebrate the birth of his kids. The striker will not appear on the game for the third place against Mexico on Sunday.
The details on baby mama of the two kids are not disclosed but she is believed to be a surrogate mother from U.S. This is not the first time Cristiano has kept the mother of his child a secret. In 2010, when his first son was born, he reportedly paid £10 million to keep the identity of the mother secret.
Cristiano Ronaldo expecting a baby with girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez
The news comes after Georgina’s pregnancy rumors earlier this month. The couple who are dating since last November was spotted taking a stroll where Georgina was seen with what looked like a baby bump. The footballer’s mother Dolores, however, slammed the rumors of the pregnancy.
Before dating Georgina, the footballer was involved in a serious relationship with Russian model Irina Shayk. The couple dated for five years, from 2010 to 2015.