Cristiano Ronaldo Confirms Baby No. 4 Is on the Way

Lucy Bush
July 19, 2017

The famous soccer player has finally confirmed what many fans have suspected: his girlfriend Georgina Rodríguez is pregnant with his fourth child! When El Mundo asked if the 32-year-old was "happy" about having another baby on the way, Cristiano replied in Spanish, "Yes, very much".

This child will be the first baby he shares with his 22-year-old model girlfriend. "While no names have been revealed, it has been rumoured that the father-of-three has chosen to name his twins Mateo and Eva".

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While the identity of his son's mother has remained a mystery, past reports have claimed that she lived in San Diego and was allegedly paid £10million by the footballer. His only public statement about them came on Instagram, when he wrote, "So happy to be able to hold the two new loves of my life", alongside a photo of himself holding little Mateo and Eva.

The athlete, who is also dad of Cristiano Jr., 7, also shared with El Mundo that his newborn twins are doing great.

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"Everyone adores Georgina and are satisfied with this relationship".

It has been reported the twins are a boy and girl, however, in one of Ronaldo's earlier Facebook posts, the heartthrob implied both babies were male. They made their red carpet debut as a couple at the Best FIFA Football Awards in January. "Yes, I am, I'm very happy".

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