How Ronaldo has fathered three children from surrogates
On Saturday night, news broke out that Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo has fathered a set of twins with an unnamed woman .
Although the footballer is yet to confirm it, Portuguese outlet, SIC, reports that Ronaldo’s new little boy and little girl, named Mateo and Eva, respectively, came into the world on Thursday.
There had been speculation over whether Ronaldo’s current girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez was pregnant, after Ronaldo shared a curious Instagram post. However, she showed no signs of a baby bump, when she joined in the celebrations for Madrid’s Champions League victory last weekend.
The Mirror UK reported in March that Ronaldo was due to become the father of twin boys. The newspaper claimed a surrogate mother on the west coast of the US was heavily pregnant and was expecting the babies “very soon”.
It is believed that the 32-year-old fathered the twins through the same method he did with his son, Cristiano Jnr, who is now six years.
In July 2010, Ronaldo stunned the world when he announced on his social media feeds, that he had become a father.
The child’s grandmother, Dolores Aveiro, revealed in an approved biography published in July 2014 in Portugal, that she had picked the youngster up from a private hospital in Florida.
Ronaldo’s family has always refused to discuss whether his son was born to a surrogate mum, despite claims by a former nanny that the footballer’s sister Katia had told her he had two Mexican mums.
Carer Maria Manuela Rodriguez, who worked at Katia’s house in Moita near Lisbon for 10 months, told leading Portuguese tabloid Correio da Manha in August 2011: “Once I saw a newspaper article saying the child’s mother wanted him back.
Katia said: ‘That’s a lie, because the mum is Mexican and she didn’t even see if it was a boy or a girl, because she was a surrogate mum” adding that she told her Cristianinho was the “child of two mums.”
“She even told me the child had two mums, that the eggs were from one and another carried and gave birth to the child. And that both were Mexican.
She added: “The child was born in a private clinic and the mother didn’t even see him, because she was covered up. The baby was born and she doesn’t know anything about him.”
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