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Cristiano Ronaldo Shares Loss of Baby Son

We're heartbroken to share that Cristiano Ronaldo and partner Georgina have lost one of their twin babies.

There hasn't been much information released other than a statement shared on Cristiano's social media accounts, but it appears that one of their twins passed away around the time of the birth, with his twin sister miraculously surviving the birth.

 
 
 
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Cristiano and Georgina announced their twin pregnancy back in October 2021, meaning that their baby twins were at least fairly close to term, if not at term already. It's unclear if their baby angel was stillborn or a neonatal loss, both of which are very close to our hearts given how many of you mummies and daddies in our parenting community have experienced this devastation. 

Parents to four children prior to their twin pregnancy, with three born to surrogates and the youngest to partner Georgina, the famous couple have previously shared their news and family snaps showing her beautiful twin bump. The twins were due to join Cristiano Junior (11), twins Eva and Mateo (4), and Alana Martina (3). Their pregnancy announcement was brimming with joy and excitement - we think that Cristiano and Georgina are fabulous parents, and send them all of our love at this horrendous time.

"Delighted to announce we are expecting twins! Our hearts are full of love - we can't wait to meet you."

 
 
 
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We'll be thinking of angel baby Ronaldo and the family at this very difficult time, as well as each and every one of you in our valued parenting community who has has their hearts broken by baby loss - be it at four weeks, four months, full term, or after.

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