- Cristiano Ronaldo already has four children; Cristiano Junior, Eva and Mateo, four, and three-year-old Alana Martina
- The Manchester United star on Thursday, October 28, announced he was expecting another set of twins with Georgina
- In 2017, he admitted he "hoped to have more children" in an interview
Cristiano Ronaldo has made a delightful announcement - that he and his partner Georgina Rodriguez are expecting twins.
The 36-year old made the revelation on his social media where he shared a cute snap of himself and Georgina holding their baby scans.
“Delighted to announce we are expecting twins. Our hearts are full of love - we can’t wait to meet you,” Ronaldo captioned the photo.
It has since been revealed that Georgina, 27, is three months pregnant with the twins.
Cristiano already has four children, including 11-year old Cristiano Jnr, whom he had with his ex-partner.
He was blessed with twins Eva and Matteo, who were birthed via a surrogate, while Georgina birthed his three-year-old Alana Martina.
In 2017, Ronaldo admitted that he saw himself as a father of many children in the future.
With the upcoming twins in the picture, the Portuguese superstar is now set to become a father of seven.
Ronaldo met his partner Georgina in 2016 when she was working at a Gucci store in Madrid, and the pair hit it off in the VIP area of a Dolce & Gabbana event.
Since becoming an item, Georgina has always been by Ronaldo’s side, following him in his football journey from Madrid to Turin with Juventus and now back in England with Manchester United.
Cristiano has, on numerous occasions, made it evident that he is a staunch family man as his Instagram is predominantly filled with highlights of his time with his partner and children.
In 2019, Ronaldo went on an interview where he admitted to being in love with Georgina as he also expressed his intentions to marry her.
"She helped me so much. Of course, I’m in love with her." Ronaldo said as quoted by The Mirror.
"We’ll be [married] one day, for sure,"
Ronaldo urges Man United teammates to soldier on
Ronaldo might have scored in his personal life, but things are not going too well for the Portuguese and his club Manchester United at the moment.
United’s latest league outing was an embarrassing 5-0 humbling at the hands of Liverpool, in a game where Ronaldo scored a consolation but saw his goal disallowed.
In the wake of the defeat, Ronaldo has urged his teammates to keep on fighting for the team and not down their tools amid calls to have Solskjaer sacked.
Sometimes the score is not the one we want. And this is on us, only on us, because there’s no one else to blame.
"Our fans were, once again, amazing in their constant support. They deserve better than this, much better, and it’s up to us to deliver.
"The time is now!"