Manchester United: Ronaldo shares first photo of baby girl after son’s loss

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Three days after the death of his newborn child was announced, Cristiano Ronaldo posed with his entire family, including the youngest. The Portuguese also thanked everyone who supported his family.

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Four days after the tragedy that shook the Ronaldo family, Cristiano posted a reassuring message on his social network. His entire family is surrounded, including the youngest and his partner Georgina Rodriguez, both out of the hospital.

“We want to thank everyone”

“The sweetness of the house. Xiao and our little girl are finally with us,” writes the Portuguese. We would like to thank everyone for all the messages and affectionate gestures. Your support is very important and we all feel your love and respect is for our family. Now is the time to be grateful for the life we ​​have just welcomed into this world.”

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Without revealing the name of his “baby girl” whom Cristiano Ronaldo holds in his arms in a photo with little text, the Manchester United striker comes to reassure his fans, after revealing that his One of the twins has died. of child birth. The sad news is that the player also communicated through his social network, describing his son’s death as “the greatest pain a parent can feel”. Cristiano Ronaldo and Georgina Rodriguez wrote, “Only the birth of our daughter gives us the strength to live this moment with a little hope and joy.”

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Already a message for Liverpool supporters

The five-time Ballon d’Or thanked “the doctors and nurses for their care and support”. “We are devastated by this loss and demand our privacy during this difficult time. Baby, you are our angel. We will always love you. Cristiano Ronaldo and Georgina Rodriguez.”

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The news that shook the football world so much that Liverpool supporters paid a lively tribute to him during the 7th minute of the derby in England on Tuesday. Cristiano Ronaldo, already impressed by the gesture, said he would “never forget” what Reds fans did against Manchester United, apparently absent from the meeting.

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