Cristiano Ronaldo and his Spanish girlfriend, Georgina Rodriguez, are ready to welcome a pair of newborns, 7 years after the birth of their son, Cristiano Jr. Just like in the case of their first son, they are opting to conceive using a surrogate this time around too.
The 32-year-old world-renowned footballer is ready to be a father again. But more than anything else, he feels that it is the right time for Cristiano Jr to be in the company of siblings. "He [Ronaldo] feels the time is right for his boy to have brothers to grow up with. His mom Dolores will be there to lend a helping hand like she has been with little Cristiano," Ronaldo told The Sun.
However, being the private person that he is, Ronaldo has chosen to be tight-lipped about the due date, only revealing that it will be quite soon. The twins will be birthed by an American surrogate, whose identity has been kept strictly under wraps by the Real Madrid forward.
It is being reported that Ronaldo will fly his twins from the United States to his mansion in Spain after they are born. Hence, it is confirmed that the Ronaldo's youngest children will be US citizens and are likely to get dual citizenships after they get older.
Ronaldo currently dates Spanish beauty Georgina Rodriguez, who is often, spotted hanging out with Cristiano Jr. However, Ronaldo has always maintained that his son (or his future children) does not need the presence of a mother because they have "an unbelievable dad", Mirror reports.
Ronaldo is often seen sharing adorable pictures of his him with his son on social media. No one has ever been able to track down the identity of Cristiano Jr's biological mother either. And from the looks of it, the birth mother of his soon-to-arrive twins will be a lifelong mystery as well.