Cristiano Ronaldo Announces Death of Newborn Son, Says Birth of His Twin Sister ‘Gives Us Strength’
“It is the greatest pain that any parents can feel,” Cristiano Ronaldo wrote of the death of his baby boy
Cristiano Ronaldo and his lover Georgina Ronaldo mourn the loss of their little child. On Monday,
, a 37-year-old soccer star shared a sad post through web-based entertainment, explaining that one of his twins, a child, had died.
“It is the deepest sadness to declare that our child is dead.” The idea of our child, a young woman, gives us this second experience with some expectation and bliss. It gives us solidarity to do. ”
Ronaldo continued to thank his GP and paramedics for” all their excellent care and support. ”
“We are completely overwhelmed by this tragedy and sincerely seek safety in this very difficult time. Our child, you are our holy messenger. We always thank you, “he finished the post, and he and Rodriguez approved it.
Ronaldo, who is also the father to four-year-old twins Eva Maria and Mateo, four-year-old daughter Alana Martina, and 11-year-old son Cristiano Jr, revealed his pregnancy on Instagram on October 28. born.
The Manchester United player announced the news with a snapshot of himself in bed with Rodrguez, holding up ultrasound images. He also attached a touching photograph of himself and his four other children.
In September, the athlete shared a gallery of family photos on Instagram enjoying sunny weather outside in Manchester, smiling while his four kids played on and around him. His caption roughly translated to, “Who says there is no sun in Manchester?” and includes the hashtag “#blessedfamily.”
Manchester United announced in August that the team reached a deal with Juventus that sees the athlete`s return to the English team. Ronaldo first joined the Italian team in 2018 in a trade with Real Madrid.
“Today I depart from an amazing club, the biggest in Italy and surely one of the biggest in all of Europe. I gave my heart and soul for Juventus and I’ll always love the city of Turin until my final days,” Ronaldo shared on Instagram at the time.
Ronaldo previously played with Manchester United for six years from 2003 to 2009. There he won three championship titles and one Champions League. The four fathers then played for Real Madrid for nine years from 2009 to 2018.