Cristiano Ronaldo’s mother denies relationship problems


Cristiano Ronaldo’s mother, Dolores Aveiro, has denied claims of relationship problems between her son and his partner, Georgina Rodriguez.

Cristiano Ronaldo's mother denies relationship problems

The rumors of a rift between the couple began last month after Spanish and Portuguese media outlets reported that Ronaldo was “fed up” with Rodriguez and that they could be on the verge of splitting up.

However, Aveiro has now dismissed the rumors as “lies.”

Speaking at a shop opening in her native Madeira, Aveiro said: “They are all lies. They are very much in love and they are very happy together.”

Ronaldo and Rodriguez have been together for seven years and have four children together.

The couple met in 2016 when Rodriguez was working as a shop assistant in Madrid.

They went public with their relationship in 2017 and announced they were expecting their first child together in 2018.

Their daughter, Alana Martina, was born in November 2017.

Ronaldo and Rodriguez then welcomed twins, Eva and Mateo, via surrogate in June 2017.

The couple’s fourth child, a son named Cristiano Jr., was born in June 2010.

Ronaldo has always been very close to his mother and she is a regular visitor to his home in Turin, Italy.

Aveiro is also a vocal supporter of her son on social media and often posts messages of love and support for him.

The rumors of a rift between Ronaldo and Rodriguez have come at a time when the couple are facing other challenges.

In January, Ronaldo was accused of raping a woman in Las Vegas in 2009.

Ronaldo has denied the allegations and the case is still ongoing.

The couple are also facing financial problems.

In February, it was reported that Ronaldo owed more than $100 million in taxes to the Spanish government.

The couple are currently negotiating a payment plan with the government.

Despite the challenges they are facing, Ronaldo and Rodriguez have vowed to stay together.

In a recent interview, Rodriguez said: “We are a very strong couple and we will get through this together.”