Cristiano Ronaldo (37 years old) and Georgina Rodriguez (28) are now at home after having suffered one of the hardest blows of their lives. Last Monday, April 18, the famous couple communicated on their social networks that one of the two babies she was expecting had died. Three days later, this Thursday night, the Portuguese star and the model from Jaca used their Instagram to inform the world that both Gio and the newborn girl They have already left the hospital and everything is fine.
“Home Sweet Home. Gio and our girl are finally with us. We want to thank you all for the kind words and gestures that you have had Your support is very important and makes us feel the love and respect you have for our family. Now is the time to be thankful for the life we have just welcomed into this world,” they wrote in a joint statement.
In the image, taken in one of the rooms of their Manchester mansion, the couple can be seen surrounded by all their children. Cristiano Ronaldo he has in his arms the newborn, whose name has not yet transpired, and Alana Martina (4), the first daughter he had with Georgina Rodriguez. On her part, Jaca’s appears on a sofa with the rest of her little ones, Christian jr. (11) and the twins Eve and Matthew (4), who came into the world by surrogacy in the summer of 2017.
This happy image is far from the sad statement that the couple had to send just days ago, when they heard the news that one of the two children they were expecting had died. “With our deepest sadness we have to announce the death of our son. It is the greatest pain that parents can feel. Only the birth of our daughter gives us the strength to live this moment with some hope and happiness”, began the letter that they published jointly on their respective social networks.
“We want to thank the doctors and nurses for their care and support.. We are devastated by this loss and ask for privacy at this difficult time. Baby, you are our angel. We will always love you,” the couple concluded.
The next day, Tuesday, manchester unitedthe club in which Cristiano Ronaldo played before Real Madrid and to which he returned last summer after passing through Juve Turin, reported that CR7 would not play the game scheduled against Liverpool that night. “There are more important things than football“, he pointed out.
From the field, in the seventh minute, by the number that the Portuguese star wears on his back, the stadium where more than 53,000 people were gave a deep applause and the players wore black bands on their arms as a sign of mourning for the death of Cristiano and Georgina’s son. “One world… One sport… One global family… Thank you, Anfield. My family and I will never forget this moment of respect and compassion,” CR7 wrote gratefully.