Cristiano Ronaldo Becomes Father To Twins Through Surrogate Mother
Cristiano Ronaldo with girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez and son Cristiano Jr. Pic/AFP
Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo has become a father to twins with a surrogate mother, Portuguese media reported on Saturday.
Reports said the babies – a girl and boy named Eva and Mateo respectively – were born on Thursday to a woman living on USA’s West Coast.
The captain of Portugal’s victorious Euro 2016 team had his first son Cristiano Junior in June 2010 – also reportedly with a surrogate mother, although he has never confirmed it.
British tabloid The Sun had reported in March that the quadruple Ballon d’Or winner was expecting twins. “Ronaldo feels the time is right for his boy to have a brother or sister to grow up with. His mum Dolores will be there to lend a helping hand like she has been with little Cristiano Junior,” said a source.
The 32-year-old UEFA Champions League-winning super striker is currently dating Spanish model Georgina Rodriguez.