Cristiano Ronaldo’s girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez reveals she used to get lost in the Premier League star’s £5million Madrid mansion when the couple started dating
- Cristiano Ronaldo’s girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez has opened up on the high life
- In her docu-series she revealed she used to get lost in the forward’s mansion
- The 28-year-old model met the Man United star and began dating in 2016
Cristiano Ronaldo’s girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez revealed that she used to get lost in the Premier League star’s £5million Madrid mansion.
The star of a new six-part docuseries about her rise to stardom alongside the mercurial forward, Rodriguez has opened up on enjoying the high life.
The Portugal international started dating Rodriguez during his spell at Real Madrid when she worked in a Gucci store in 2016.
But the now-model and influencer has revealed that it took her a while to get used to the Manchester United’s talisman’s luxurious lifestyle.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez revealed that she used to get lost in the Premier League star’s £5million Madrid mansion
The 28-year-old began dating the forward during Ronaldo’s spell at Real Madrid in 2016
Rodriguez has opened up on her her rise to stardom alongside the mercurial forward on her six-part Netflix docu-series
Rodriguez said that she could not find her way around his massive mansion when visiting and revealed that it took her six months to get her bearings.
Speaking on her Netflix documentary, I am Georgina, she said: ‘The first time I came to Cristiano’s house, well I’d get lost.
‘I’d want to go to the kitchen to get water and I’d no idea where to go.
‘Sometimes it would take me half an hour to get to the living room because I didn’t know the way back.
The Argentine-Spaniard said that it took her six months to get her bearings in the mansion
When she first started visiting her boyfriend’s house, Rodriguez said she got lost
The Madrid mansion featured on the 28-year-old’s Netflix docu-series, I am Georgina
‘It was so big.
‘Since I was a kid I had been so used to living in really small apartments.
‘I got here, I had no idea, I didn’t know.
‘I think after half a year here, I was able to know where everything was and it was okay.’
Rodriguez also revealed how she went from using public transport to being ferried around by a vehicle from the footballer’s vast, mega-millions fleet.
Rodriguez joked that sometimes it took her ‘half an hour to get to the living room’
She also had to get used to to being ferried around by a vehicle from the footballer’s vast, mega-millions fleet
Rodriguez also revealed how the Portuguese would pick her up from work in a Bugatti
‘Many times he’d come after work and I’d get out after 10 at night,’ she said.
‘I remember once he came in a Bugatti. My work colleagues went crazy. I’d get there on a bus and leave in a Bugatti. People couldn’t believe it.’
Rodriguez appears to have gotten used to the glamorous lifestyle as the show showed her remodelling one of the properties in Madrid with the help of an interior designer.
The Argentine-Spaniard was clear on what she wanted and sold a lot of bespoke pieces of furniture online.
Rodriguez claimed her life with Ronaldo is just like any other family and explained that becoming a mother has influenced her interior design decisions.
The model and influencer has Alana, four (right) with the Portugal international and is step-mum to his son Cristiano Jnr, 11, and twins Eva and Mateo, four (second left and centre)
‘Since I became a mother, I have to think ‘kids’ when choosing anything,’ she said.
‘In Turin, the strawberries stained the cashmere wool.
‘We had a lot of huge tailormade furniture we didn’t use and couldn’t put in the smaller house.
‘The colour of each element is very important.’
Ronaldo bought a large plot of land in Quinta da Marinha, Cascais, on the west coast of his home country Portugal, nicknamed the ‘Portuguese Riviera’ given its status as a prestigious, expensive area.
Reports in Portugal claims that the forward is planning to build a new mansion on the plot and intends to settle down there with his family when he eventually hangs up his boots.