Cristiano Ronaldo has revealed the gender of his unborn twins and his older children were happy to get involved.
The Manchester United star is preparing to become a father of six after announcing girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez’s pregnancy in October.
On Thursday, the couple proudly shared a sweet video of the gender reveal.
In the clip, Cristiano four children are seen holding balloons as Georgina counts to three behind the camera.
The kids then pop the balloons sending both pink and blue confetti into the air, confirming the couple are expecting girl and boy twins.
‘Where life begins and love never ends ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ #blessed,’ the pair captioned their Instagram posts.
Cristiano’s Manchester United teammate Marcus Rashford cheered on the couple’s exciting announcement and commented: ‘Congratulations brother ❤️.’
The footballer and his longtime partner announced they were expecting again two months ago with a photo of them cuddled up and showing photos of the baby scan.
The Portuguese sports star wrote in an Instagram post: ‘Delighted to announce we are expecting twins👶🏻👶🏻. Our hearts are full of love – we can’t wait to meet you ❤️🏠.’
He shares daughter Alana, three, with Georgina and also has son Cristiano Jnr, 11, and twins Eva and Mateo, four, via unknown surrogates in the United States.
Days later, Georgina – who was around three months pregnant at the time – shared a photo from her ultrasound appointment and she was in good company.
In the sweet snap, the 27-year-old is seen lying on a bed at the doctor’s office with the scan of one of the babies seen on a nearby screen. However, the cutest aspect of the photo was their four children excitedly watching on from the corner.
Georgina captioned the photo: ‘Impacientes ❤️ ❤️,’ which translates to ‘impatient’ showing just how excited their kids are to meet the twins.
The pair have been dating since 2016 when they met at the Gucci store where she worked as a sales assistant. Over the years, it has been rumoured that Cristiano and Georgina were engaged but she soon shut it down in 2019.
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