Cristiano Ronaldo’s girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez has outlined the three things that attracted her to the Juventus forward when they first met.
The couple have been together since early 2017, having allegedly met when Rodriguez was working in a Gucci store.
The 26-year-old has now opened up on her early thoughts of the five-time Ballon d’Or winner, and why she was instantly attracted to him.
Rodriguez said: “What grabbed my attention was his height, his body and his beauty.
“I was shaking in front of him but a spark had gone off. I am very shy and maybe that upset me, even more so in front of a person that with a single look, deeply touched me.
“Later, the way Cristiano treats me, takes care of me and loves me covered the rest.”
The pair have twins who were born via surrogacy in 2017, as well as daughter Alana, whom Rodriguez gave birth to the same year.
Ronaldo also have full custody of Cristiano Ronaldo Jr. who was born in 2010 to a mother that hasn’t been made public knowledge.
The 34-year-old now lives in Italy having left Real Madrid for Juventus in 2018, with Rodriguez going on to praise his ability as a footballer.
“He is the only person that can excite me during a match,” she added.
“I am lucky to be the partner of the best footballer of all time. When he is on the pitch I go through an infinite number of emotions. He has no rival.”
The Argentina born model also gave the public an insight into how the famous pair live their lives, with emphasis put on their role as parents.
She continued: “Our life is based on dedication and total focus on everything we do.
“By running very healthy and organised lives we have a deep sense of happiness and wellness.”
“I want to make my kids the protagonists of a special life.
“Cristiano and I want to give them the best upbringing possible and make a wonderful family. We do not want them to grow up in a glasshouse.
“We teach them to not take what they have for granted and to commit to everything they do. They must be humble and never lose their touch with reality.”
Source: Daily Star