Celebrity partners Ronaldo and Rodriguez reveal death of twin son, say daughter gives ‘strength’

On Monday, Manchester United football player Cristiano Ronaldo announced that he and his partner Georgina Rodriguez lost their new born son and that their twin daughter gave them “the strength to live.” On October 28, 2021, the couple had announced that she was expecting twins, on his Instagram. The footballer also has other children who were born through surrogacy.

In a post jointly signed by Cristiano Ronaldo and Georgina Rodriguez, the footballer posted their grief on losing their new born son. He said that the birth of his daughter gave them “strength to live this moment with some hope and happiness.” He described the loss of their son as “the greatest pain that any parents can feel.”

He also thanked the doctors and nurses who provided “expert care and support.” He mentioned that everyone was “devastated” by the tragic loss and requested for privacy. He ended the post saying that their baby boy was their “angel” and that they would “always love” him.

Condolence messages poured in from his team mates, friends and others including his club Manchester United.

(Photo/Credit: Instagram Cristiano Ronaldo  and Georgina Rodriguez)

The 37-year old soccer star has a four-year old daughter Alana Martina with partner American model Georgina Rodriguez. He also has 4-year old twins Eva Maria and Mateo who were born via surrogacy. His eldest child is 11-year old Cristiano Jr. The footballer had earlier said that he would reveal the name of his mother to Jr., when the time is right.


Cristiano Ronaldo is a hands-on father and often posts pictures of all his children. Last September, he posted a carousel of photos of the family enjoying a sunny day in Manchester. He captioned the photo that could be translated as him questioning those who say that there’s no sun in Manchester. He used the hashtag—blessed family. Now his future family pictures will include a little girl but unfortunately not a little boy.

R.I.P. Little Angel.

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