GEORGINA RODRIGUEZ steals the spotlight in a cream mini dress and metallic purple boots as she celebrates twins' 6th birthday alongside husband Cristiano Ronaldo
Georgina Rodriguez, wife of Cristiano Ronaldo, and the football star himself, threw an extraordinary joint-themed party to celebrate their twins Eva and Mateo turning six.
On her Instagram, 29-year-old Rodriguez showcased her stunning physique in a form-fitting cream mini dress, paired with eye-catching metallic purple boots and complemented by new jewelry.
Born in 2017, the twins hold the position of middle children in the Ronaldo-Rodriguez family. The couple's eldest son, 13-year-old Cristiano Jr., is also making strides in the world of football, following in his father's footsteps by playing for the Manchester United academy before recently joining the Mahd Academy in Saudi Arabia.
Georgina and Cristiano are proud parents to two younger daughters, including five-year-old Alana Martina and Bella Esmerelda, who just turned one this year.
Amidst speculation of a potential return to Europe, it appears Ronaldo is poised to continue his stay in Saudi Arabia.
Cristiano Ronaldo dismisses Real Madrid and Newcastle rumors, expresses happiness at Al-Nassr
Last week, the renowned forward put an end to speculations surrounding his potential return to Real Madrid or a move to Saudi-backed Newcastle by affirming his contentment with his current team, Al-Nassr.
As a five-time Ballon d'Or winner, Ronaldo's annual salary at his present club reaches an astonishing £62 million. He expressed his desire for other notable football stars, including Karim Benzema and Lionel Messi, to join him in the Saudi Pro League, envisioning their presence as a means to elevate the league's status among the world's best.
In an interview with the Saudi Pro League, Ronaldo stated, "If they are coming, big players and big names, young players, old players, they are very welcome because if that happens, the league will improve."
Regarding the league's current state, he shared, "I think the league is very good, but I believe there are still numerous opportunities for further growth. It is a good and competitive league with excellent teams and talented Arab players."
Cristiano Ronaldo affirms commitment to Saudi League, envisions it as potential fifth top league globally
During a recent interview, Cristiano Ronaldo expressed his dedication to the Saudi Pro League and shared his belief that with continued efforts over the next five years, the league has the potential to become the fifth-ranked league in the world.
Ronaldo's remarks come as Karim Benzema prepares to join Saudi club Al Ittihad, signing a staggering £342 million per year contract. Furthermore, high-profile players such as Lionel Messi and Sergio Ramos are also rumored to be considering lucrative moves to Saudi Arabia.
The league is poised for significant growth following the acquisition of four top clubs by the Saudi Public Investment Fund, signaling a substantial influx of investment.
With Ronaldo's ongoing commitment and the increasing interest from renowned players, the Saudi Pro League aims to solidify its position among the top football leagues globally.