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Cristiano Ronaldo’s newborn baby boy dies, Portuguese star asks for privacy

The Manchester United striker also revealed the birth of a baby girl with partner Georgina Rodriguez; the pair had previously stated that they had been expecting twins.

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Manchester [UK]: Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo on Monday announced that his newborn son has passed away.

The Portuguese star also revealed the birth of a baby girl with partner Georgina Rodriguez, with the pair previously stating that they had been expecting twins. He further asked for privacy at this very difficult time.

“It is with our deepest sadness we have to announce that our baby boy has passed away. It is the greatest pain that any parents can feel. Only the birth of our baby girl gives us the strength to live this moment with some hope and happiness. We would like to thank the doctors and nurses for all their expert care and support. We are all devastated at this loss and we kindly ask for privacy at this very difficult time. Our baby boy, you are our angel. We will always love you,” Cristiano Ronaldo posted on his Instagram.

Ronaldo is a father to four other children, sons Cristiano Jr and Mateo, and daughters Eva and Alana.

In 2017, Georgina Rodriguez who is Ronaldo’s current partner gave birth to a baby girl – her first with Ronaldo and the Portugal star’s fourth child. In 2021, the couple then announced that they were expecting twins.

This report is auto-generated from ANI news service. ThePrint holds no responsibility for its content.


Also read: Premier League: Ronaldo’s 50th club hat-trick powers Man United to victory over Norwich; Arsenal, Spurs lose


 

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