Cristiano Ronaldo to become a father again just weeks after welcoming twins

World famous football player Cristiano Ronaldo is reportedly about to become a father again – just weeks after it was claimed that he welcomed twins via a surrogate.

The 32-year-old Real Madrid player and his partner of eight months, Georgina Rodríguez, 23, are ‘very happy’ with the baby, which was allegedly conceived after the couple visited a special clinic in which DNA tests will check the make-up of a possible child.

It is thought she is five months pregnant.

Sources told a Portuguese newspaper: ‘They are very happy with the arrival of the baby. Everyone adores Georgina and are satisfied with this relationship.’

At the end of May Ronaldo shared a picture of himself and Georgina, in which he was seen cradling her stomach.

Ronaldo is already father to a six-year-old son, Cristiano Ronaldo Jr, known as Cristianinho; his arrival shocked the world in 2010 when Ronaldo revealed that he was now a father. The boy’s mother has never been publicly named and Ronaldo has full custody.

Last week Portugese TV channel SIC claimed he had welcomed a girl and a boy called Eva and Mateo, after Ronaldo’s sister Katia went on the programme.

‘Mateo and Eva, those are the names of Cristiano Ronaldo’s twins. The boy and girl were born to a surrogate mum. It’s a secret that Cristiano Ronaldo hasn’t yet revealed to the rest of the world,’ the programme claimed, and when Katia was later quizzed she coyly said: ‘Maybe.’

Her son Dinis however interjected and said ‘yes’ alhough Katia then claimed Dinis didn’t know what he was saying.

Georgina and Ronaldo met in June 2016 at a Gucci store in Madrid; she is reportedly relaunching her modelling career after working in clothes stores and as a nanny in the UK.