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Inside Cristiano Ronaldo and Georgina Rodríguez's nursery

The footballer has three babies under the age of one

Chloe Best

With three babies under the age of one to look after, it's no wonder Cristiano Ronaldo and his girlfriend Georgina Rodríguez have had to transform a large room in their home into a nursery! Georgina gave a glimpse inside their children's nursery in an Instagram post at the weekend, revealing all three babies sleep side-by-side.

The photo showed Georgina doing a workout with Cristiano's seven-year-old son Cristiano Jr, writing: "Juntitos train better! My child is the most flexible player in the world." The pair practiced the splits on the floor in front of two cots and a Moses basket where twins Eva and Mateo, and two-month-old Alana Martina sleep.


Georgina shared this photo of the babies' nursery

The spacious room has a neutral colour scheme, with a large bunny silhouette lit up on the walls. Each child also has their own unique bed to sleep in; for Alana Martina, there is a Moses basket adorned with pink bedding and a chiffon drape over the top. Meanwhile, the cot in the middle has a mobile hanging overhead, with drawers and a pink changing mat at the end – presumably for baby Eva. Lastly, a number of blue accessories and a mobile adorn the third cot, which is likely where baby Mateo sleeps.

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Cristiano welcomed his twins via a surrogate mother last June. Five months later, he and Georgina welcomed their first child Alana Martina at a Madrid hospital. Discussing their growing family, Georgina exclusively told HELLO! Magazine: "It has definitely brought us closer. We're happier together than ever."


Cristiano and Georgina welcomed their daughter Alana Martina in November

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Their child is Ronaldo's fourth child; the Real Madrid star also has a seven-year-old son Cristiano Jr. The model added: "The children are our joy. We wake up and the first thing we do is hug and kiss them, put them in their little chairs and watch them while they have their breakfast, make sure they have everything they need, and so on all day long. This is a very special time for us all."

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