‘Supporting my big boy’ – Georgina Rodriguez spotted supporting Cristiano Ronaldo Jr for Man Utd youth game

GEORGINA RODRIGUEZ'S support extends further than just for Cristiano Ronaldo.

CR7's stunning partner braced the Manchester cold on Sunday to watch his son Cristiano Jr play for the United academy.


And the pregnant Rodriguez was joined by the rest of the young Ronaldo clan.

She posted an adorable picture to Instagram with her arm around Cristiano Jr, with Ronaldo's other children Eva, Mateo and Alana Martina also in the snap.

And Rodriguez captioned the post: "Supporting my big boy," followed by a football and love heart emoji.

It's not clear whether Ronaldo Jr, 11, ended up on the winning side or followed in his father's footsteps from the weekend and tasted defeat.

But Rodriguez, 27, braved the elements despite being pregnant with twins.

The pair announced last week that they were were expecting two new additions to the family – with the model already three months pregnant.

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Ronaldo is a dad to Cristiano Jr, twins Eva and Mateo, four, and three-year-old Alana Martina, who Georgina gave birth to.

And the three toddlers were also there to show their support for Cristiano Jr.

He linked up with the United U12s back in September after being part of the Juventus set-up since 2018.

The youngster even scored FOUR goals on his debut for the Juve youth side at just nine-years-old.

And Ronaldo Sr has revealed he hopes to one day coach his son after he hangs up his boots.

The 36-year-old has previously said: “I would love for him to be a footballer, because he feels passion for this sport. He is a competitor and he hates losing.

“He’s fast and he’s driven. But this is nothing, it takes a lot of dedication.

“Sometimes when we’re at home I say ‘go to the treadmill to run a bit’.

“Then after the treadmill I say, ‘now go to the cold water to recover to do it tomorrow again’. And he says, ‘daddy, it’s so cold the water I don’t want to do it’. But I understand it.”

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