Cristiano Ronaldo’s glamorous girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez cheers on Portugal
Georgina Rodriguez watched from the stands as boyfriend Cristiano Ronaldo triumphed with Portugal at the inaugural UEFA Nations League final on Sunday evening.
The brunette sipped a large glass of wine as the talented striker captained his national side to a 1-0 win against the Netherlands in front of a partisan crowd at Porto’s Estadio do Dragao.
Observing from her place in a private box, Georgina, 25, caught the eye in an elegant white jumpsuit, accessorised with a matching leather handbag as Ronaldo led his team onto the pitch.
There she is: Georgina Rodriguez watched from the stands as boyfriend Cristiano Ronaldo triumphed with Portugal at the inaugural UEFA Nations League final on Sunday evening
The Spanish beauty had good company in the form of eight-year old Cristiano, Jr – the oldest of Ronaldo’s four children – and the Juventus striker’s proud mother Maria Dolores dos Santos Aveiro.
Opting for a vibrant orange trouser suit, Maria, 64, commanded her own share of attention as she gave her grandson a hug before the game kicked off.
Already proving to be a talented footballer in his own right, Cristiano Jr kept his eyes on the pitch as his doting grandmother pulled him in.
I’m over here! Georgina appeared to give her boyfriend a wave as he made his way onto the pitch at Porto’s Estadio do Dragao
Supportive: The Spanish beauty was joined by eight-year old Cristiano Jr – the oldest of Ronaldo’s four children – and the Juventus striker’s proud mother Maria Dolores dos Santos Aveiro
I’m on your side: Georgina had her Portugal flag at the ready as she watched the game
Goncalo Guedes scored the only goal of the game as Portugal beat the Netherlands to be crowned the first-ever Nations League champions.
The final in Porto was not a game for the ages as a match billed as a battle between the two captains, Ronaldo and Virgil Van Dijk, and was settled by Valencia forward Guedes on the hour mark.
The 1-0 win was enough for the reigning European champions to add the inaugural Nations League crown to their honours list with victory in front of their own fans.
Don’t mind me: Observing from her place in a private box, Georgina caught the eye in an elegant white jumpsuit, accessorised with a matching leather handbag
Acknowledgement: Maria waved to supporters as she made her way to her seat
My boy: Maria cradled her young grandson on her lap ahead of kick-off in Porto on Sunday
Go dad go! Cristiano Jr cheered and waved his Portugal flag as his famous father made his way onto the pitch
Georgina recently spoke to Italy’s Elle magazine about her relationship with the Portugese player, as she explained they first met at the Gucci store where she worked.
She explained: ‘The first meeting with Ronaldo was at Gucci where I worked as a sales assistant. Days later we saw each other again at another brand’s event…
‘It was then we could talk in a relaxed atmosphere, outside of my work environment… It was love at first sight for both.’
Here we go: A ripple of applause rang around the cavernous stadium as the game got underway
Getting involved: Georgina looked on earnestly as Portugal laboured against the Netherlands during the game’s opening minutes
Here we go: The final in Porto was not a game for the ages as a match billed as a battle between the two captains, Ronaldo and Virgil Van Dijk
In attendance: Georgina was surrounded by the footballer’s friends and family as they watched from the stands
Let’s talk: The brunette covered her mouth as she chatted to a member of Ronaldo’s group
Hard at work: Ronaldo added to his impressive trophy haul at the inaugural UEFA Nations League tournament
The brunette, who swapped Madrid for Turin last summer after Ronaldo signed for Italian giants Juventus, painted an idyllic existence of life in her new home city with her partner of nearly three years.
She also admitted in an interview with glossy Spanish magazine Hola! that she would love to become the footballer’s wife, but quashed rumours they are already engaged.
The pair have a one-year-old daughter called Alana Martina, while Georgina – born to a Spanish mum and Argentinian dad – is also raising Cristiano’s near-two-year-old twins Eva and Mateo and eight-year-old son Cristiano.
Delighted: Ronaldo punched the air in triumph after Goncalo Guedes scored the only goal of the game
Delighted: The team celebrated at the final whistle after winning the 2019 UEFA Nations League on Sunday evening
We’ve been here before: Georgina looked on as Ronaldo lifted the latest trophy in what has been an illustrious career
All mine: The celebrated footballer looked delighted after getting his hands on the trophy
Teamwork: Ticker tape rained down Portugal celebrated their victory against the Netherlands