Cristiano Ronaldo enjoys some quality fun in the sun with his family

Cristiano Ronaldo enjoys some quality fun in the sun with his family

- Cristiano Ronaldo enjoys sunbathing with his younger children

- The 35-year-old took time out to spend time with his angels

- Ronaldo struck a superb freekick for Juventus in their victory over Torino last weekend

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Cristiano Ronaldo was all shades of excitement over the weekend after spending time with his children in the swimming pool.

The 35-year-old attacker was submerged in the water up to his waist level while pushing his younger children in a big floater. noted that Cristiano Junior and Georgina Rodriguez are the only ones missing in the family fun after the five-time Ballon d'Or winner shared the stunning pictures on his Instagram page.

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Cristiano Ronaldo

Cristiano Ronaldo celebrating with Juventus teammate Paulo Dybala - credit: Getty Images
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The former Real Madrid attacker posed for a picture with three of his children while standing by a pink flamingo floater in the middle of the pool.

Meanwhile, the Portuguese forward inspired Juventus to a convincing 4-1 win over Torino last weekend after scoring one of the goals through a breathtaking freekick.

The former Man United star took his tally to 29 goals and seven assists in 38 appearances across competitions this campaign.

He is also on the verge of leading the Old Lady to their second league title since he joined them in 2018 as they sit atop of the table with 75 points after 30 matches.

Lazio are second on the table with 68 points after the same number of games while Inter Milan completes the top three teams with 64 points.

Ronaldo will also hope to help Juve overturn their 1-0 deficit to Lyon when the Champions League resumes next month in a bid to advance to the quarter-finals.

He will also be hoping to help the Old Lady win the title for the first time since the 1990s, having missed two finals in the last few years.

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