CRISTIANO RONALDO could have his fifth child on the way after his girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez hinted she is pregnant with a cryptic message.
The 26-year-old model took to social media on Monday evening just before taking off to leave Madeira after almost two months and return to Italy.
And the update to her Instagram story saw a blurred photo of her chewing gum with the words "Baby Girl" typed above alongside a heart wrapped in a bow emoji.
Rodriguez did not confirm she is expecting but the hint certainly suggested it was a possibility.
Ronaldo has four children – Cristiano Jr as well as twins Eva and Mateo were born via a surrogate mother.
Alana Martina's mother is Rodriguez, the couple's only child together.
But the Spanish former Prada shop assistant is raising them all as if they are her own since coupling up with Ronaldo in 2017.
She also posted an adorable video of Alana Martina, Mateo and Eva pushing prams and other toys in the garden of the luxury villa they rented in Madeira before leaving for the airport.
Georgina chose a Maria Callas interpretation of the famous opera song O Mio Babbino Caro as the backing music to the video.
After having their trip delayed due to Ronaldo's private jet being grounded in Madrid, the family touched down in Italy on Monday night following a three-hour flight on his £30million Gulfstream G200 plane.
Juventus star Cristiano, 35, will now self-isolate for a fortnight at home before resuming training at Juventus ahead of a possible return to competitive football in conjunction with regulations from Italian authorities regarding people arriving in the country.
In the future we would like to add to our family.
There was no immediate online reaction to Georgina’s ‘Baby Girl’ message, partly because it appeared to have gone under the radar with the focus on her and Cristiano leaving for Turin.
Georgina, who has 18m Instagram followers, treated her fans to a series of videos showing her working out while she was in Madeira – although there is no obvious baby bump.
The former shop worker was the subject of speculation she was pregnant in June 2018 while she was at a swimwear fashion week in Gran Canaria, a month after she and Cristiano shared a photo on Instagram of him with his hand on her belly.
Rodriguez denied she was expecting again in a subsequent interview with glossy Spanish magazine Hola!, but added: “In the future we would like to add to our family.”
Explaining why she looked a little big bigger around the midriff at the time, she added: “I’ve been from plane to plane and I’ve eaten pasta four days in a row.
“I’m human. I retain liquids, my hormones play their part and I’m still recovering from my first pregnancy.”
Former Real Madrid and Manchester United forward Cristiano confessed in July 2017 he wanted to take his tally of children to seven.
He made the admission during a Chinese TV interview while he was with the Spanish giants.
An Italian gossip magazine claimed last year Georgina and her partner had tied the knot during a secret ceremony in Morocco, although Cristiano’s representatives later rubbished the reports.
In 2018 the Juventus hero's mum said of Georgina during a magazine interview about her son’s love life and children: “She is the mother of my grand-daughter. She is a future daughter-in-law. She’s not my daughter-in-law yet. She’s a future daughter-in-law. She’s a very calm person.”
Cristiano told Piers Morgan in September last year his most-treasured goal, an overhead kick for former side Real Madrid against Juventus in April 2018, was nothing compared to sex with his Spanish partner.
Georgina’s last post from Madeira was a stunning photo of her all in pink under a salmon-pink sky and wearing a face mask.
She said: “Wearing a mask is a fundamental act to protect us all from the spread of Covid-19.
“As the great community that we are, we can reduce the number of people affected by this disease and save the world with an act as simple as covering ourselves.”
Ronaldo and his family spent most of their time in Madeira at a £3,500-a-week rented mansion with a garden and pool near the fishing village of Canical.
They moved there from the seven-storey apartment block in the capital Funchal which he bought last year.
His mum Dolores and brother Hugo and his family live on lower floors of the apartment block.
Last month Cristiano raised eyebrows by returning there to celebrate his niece Alicia’s 21st birthday party despite the coronavirus crisis.
On Sunday – Mother’s Day in Portugal – he and his three siblings gifted Dolores a brand-new Mercedes estimated to be worth nearly £100,000.
She showed her new set of wheels off on social media along with a bunch of flowers her children also gave her, saying: "Thanks to my children for the presents I received from them today.
“Happy Mother’s Day to all mums.”
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