The partner of Cristiano Ronaldo has detailed how she suffered three miscarriages before the death of their son.

Cristiano Ronaldo's partner Georgina Rodriguez has reveal that she suffered three miscarriages before the devastating loss of her baby boy last year. The 29-year-old Spanish model recounted the heartbreaking moment in her yet-to-be released Netflix series dubbed 'I Am Georgina'.

Back in December 2021, Georgina and Cristiano announced with a social media post that were expecting a boy and a girl. In April 2022, though, the couple announced that only their daughter Bella Esmeralda was born healthy at a hospital in Manchester, but her male twin sibling Angel had died.

Despite dealing with the tragic news off the field, Ronaldo quickly returned to the Manchester United team to begin the new season. During his infamous interview with Piers Morgan, the Portuguese superstar opened up about the impact the tragedy had on him and his family, adding that he keeps his son's ashes as a remainder of the 'worst moment' of his life. However, a new revealation by his partner indicates that there was so much more they had to deal with before the passing of their son.

According to Spanish publication El Español, who have viewed the first episode of I Am Georgina, she is reduced to tears when speaking about the heartbreaking loss.

"Every time I went to the gynaecologist's at night I had nightmares because I was worried about what position they would be in, what the delivery would be like, if it would be a caesarean section.

"I was very afraid at each ultrasound, I felt very tense because I'd had three previous miscarriages and I came home in pieces."

In the first episode, Georgina is also set to reveal she didn't immediately inform her other children that their brother had not survived, but, rather, she told them he would be born a little later than his sister.

"They were born on Easter Monday. The most-awaited moment arrives and your heart stops," she said.

"Bella was born strong and healthy but a piece of my heart shattered. "You ask yourself how you're going to carry on. I wasn't prepared to accept or recognise what had happened to me and I wasn't ready to tell my children about it.

"As I still had a belly, I told them that Angel was still going to wait a bit to be born. "Until Cris told them that Angel was in Heaven. That was a dose of reality."

Despite the misfortune, Georgina will admit that she has yet to come to terms with her loss. "I will never be the same person again," she will say.

"Every time I look at Bella I ask myself, 'Would Angel be like that?' "The truth is I feel I am not ready to think about it, as if I still haven't accepted it. "I always say to my children, 'Your little brother is in the sky, he doesn't want to walk, he wants to fly. Every time you look at the sky, think of him.'"

She also thanked her footballer partner Cristiano Ronaldo for his "unconditional support and love" and highlights how impactful he has been throughout the period.

"He has played a really important role. Gods put the right people in your path," she added.

"Life is hard, life goes on. "I have reasons to move on and be strong."

"Cris really encouraged me to continue with my agenda. He said: 'Gio, get on with your life, it'll do you good.' "My priority right now is my family and my children. I'm so happy and thankful."

Cristiano Ronaldo and Georgina Rodriguez have been together since 2017 after meeting at the Gucci store where she worked in Madrid. The Al-Nassr forward is the father of four other children, one of whom he welcomed with Rodriguez. The reality star gave birth to Alana, now five, in November 2017. The little ones joined the soccer star's eldest three children - Cristiano Jr, 12, and twins Eva and Mateo, five.