Cristiano Ronaldo: Al Nassr Star’s Partner Georgina Rodriguez Breaks Down As She Relives Death of Son
- Cristiano Ronaldo's partner will talk about the loss of her son in the second season of her Netflix show
- I am Georgina will debut on March 24 with the trailer showing Georgina Rodriguez breaking down
- The couple has five children together, but three of Ronaldo's children are from a different mother
Georgina Rodriguez, the partner of Cristiano Ronaldo, broke down when she retold the story of how her infant son passed on last year.
The couple agonisingly lost a child last year in one of the lowest moments of their lives. She was due to give birth to twins, but only one - the girl - survived.
Appearing in the second season of her Netflix documentary, I am Georgina, Rodriguez is expected to shed more light on the incident when the series officially debuts on March 24.
In the trailer, a picture of her holding the surviving baby, Bella Esmeralda sends her into a whirlwind of emotions. She admits that her adorable baby girl gives her the strength to carry on.
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"Life is hard. Life continues. I have reason to carry on and be strong," Rodriguez said, as quoted by the Sun.
The 29-year-old model also thanks Ronaldo for his immense contribution during their trying times.
"Cris encouraged me massively to carry on with all my commitments. He said: ‘Carry on with your life. It’s going to do you good'."
The first season of the TV series had six episodes. Rodriguez relocated to Saudi Arabia after Ronaldo signed for Al-Nassr, following the termination of his contract at Manchester United.
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Sports Brief also reported on Ronaldo revealing how his ritual of speaking to his late father and son inspires him to become a better human being.
The Al-Nassr captain is widely considered one of the greatest footballers to have graced the sport thanks to his impressive achievements.
Despite being on the wrong side of 38, Ronaldo has not lost his passion and continues to aspire for greatness even in the twilight of his career.
He was recently adjudged the Saudi Professional League's Player of the Month for February after notching eight goals in only four games.