- Cristiano Ronaldo was surprisingly referred to as husband by Georgina in a gushing Instagram post, sparking speculation the two were married
- The couple began dating back in 2016 and are raising three surrogate children together and one of their own
- Ronaldo denied reports he married Georgina in a North African ceremony last August
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Juventus superstar, Cristiano Ronaldo, has taken to social media to celebrate his girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez on her birthday.
Ronaldo shared a photo of himself, Georgina and their four children sitting around a tabled filled with a bouquet of flowers and a birthday cake.
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The Portuguese talisman could be seen holding his two daughters with Georgina and son Mateo in her arms.
The 34-year-old accompanied the photo with a stunning message, gushing over Rodriguez, who just turned 26.
"Congratulations my love! I wish you a very nice day! You are a great woman and an excellent mother for our children. I love you so much honey!"
For her part, Rodriguez described Ronaldo as her "husband" in an Instagram post, sparking speculation the pair may have secretly married.
"Thank you all for your congratulations, flowers and therefore love. And thank you to my husband for giving me the best of life, our children. I love you."
The couple has been seeing each other for close to three years and they are raising Ronaldo's three surrogate children.
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Cristiano Ronaldo's statue was unveiled in celebration of a popular festival in Tuscany, Italy.
The Juve star's effigy was given a supermodel "Iron Man" shape as parts of the activities put in line for the Viareggio Carnival.
Ronaldo is not a new football celebrity to have his statue unveiled. In his hometown in Portugal, the Juventus star got his statue unveiled two years back as part of events promoting renaming Madeira airport after him.
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