Cristiano Ronaldo is all for safety first on family bike ride
Cristiano Ronaldo was all for safety first as he headed out on a family bike ride with girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez and their brood.
The footballer, 35, gave fans a little glimpse at how he and his family have been spending lockdown and it’s seriously cute.
Leading by example, the Juventus player had his helmet firmly placed on his head, as he posed next to his bike, that had a little truck attached to it for his daughters to sit in.
Cristiano is dad to son Cristiano Jr, nine, twins Mateo and Eva, two, and daughter Alana, also two.
While his little girls sat comfortably in the back of their pull-along, Cristiano Jr held onto his dad’s bike while the sports star gave a thumbs up in his blue tracksuit gear and cycling shades.
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Georgina, meanwhile, was in her gym gear (of course, not forgetting her Louis Vuitton belt bag) and flashed a smile while little Mateo hitched a ride on her bike.
Cristiano captioned the snap: ‘Family bike ride,’ and fans were quick to label him and his brood ‘family goals’.
They’re not wrong.
When the gang aren’t bike riding, they’re busy having a hoot in the pool with some of the most insane inflatables going. Where was this princess carriage blow-up when we were little, huh?
Georgina shared a fun pic of herself, Cristiano and the kids all making the most of lockdown and enjoying some pool time together.
It’s reported Cristiano and his family are now back in Turin in Italy, after relocating back to Madeira, Portugal at the beginning of lockdown.
Following two months in lockdown, they’re now back in Italy as Serie A side Juventus has resumed training.
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Although, Cristiano, Georgina and co have been required to undergo two weeks in quarantine on their return as a precautionary health and safety measure.
Italy was one of the first countries in Europe to be badly hit by coronavirus. The number of cases of Covid-19 in Italy now sits at 232,000, while deaths have reached over 33,000.
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