Georgina Rodriguez says loss of baby son was 'worst moment of my life'

‘My heart shattered and I asked myself how I could carry on’: Cristiano Ronaldo’s girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez tells Netflix documentary how loss of their baby son in April was ‘worst moment of my life’

  • The baby son of Georgina Rodriguez and Cristiano Ronaldo died in April 2022
  • Ms Rodriguez says her family brought her back from the brink of despair after
  • Her Netflix show ‘I Am Georgina’ will touch upon the death of their twin baby
  • In the programme the 28-year-old says it was the ‘worst moment of my life’ 

Georgina Rodriguez has told a Netflix documentary that the loss of her baby son in April was the ‘worst moment of my life’. 

The model had been expecting baby twins with her footballer partner Cristiano Ronaldo in April when they tragically announced their boy had died.

It sparked an outpouring of grief, and the 28-year-old says she was left wondering ‘how I could carry on’ and only the love and support of her family got her through it.

The emotional admissions will be made in the new season of her Netflix series ‘I Am Georgina’, which follows the influencer in her day-to-day life.

The devastating loss of the couple’s son is set to form a key part of the second season Netflix Spain’s Director of Entertainment Alvaro Diaz, revealed.

Georgina Rodriguez (centre), pictured here behind the scenes for her Netflix documentary, said the death of her baby son was the ‘worst moment of my life’

The model had been expecting baby twins with her husband Cristiano Ronaldo (pictured), but tragedy struck when their boy died during childbirth

In a heartfelt statement after his passing, the couple said it was ‘the greatest pain that any parents can feel’

In a preview of the new season which was shown to journalists at a Spanish TV and radio film festival, Ms Rodriguez said that day, which also saw her twin daughter born healthy, was a conflicting moment.

‘Life has gifted me so much in such a short space of time,’ she said.

‘This year I’ve experienced the best and the worst moment of my life in an instant.

‘A big piece of my heart shattered and I asked myself how I could carry on.

‘I had the answer nearer than I thought. I looked into the eyes of my children and there I saw the only way of doing it, being all together.’

The Argentinian-born Spaniard has said little about the death of one of her twins during childbirth since she and Cristiano announced their loss on April 18 

In a heart-wrenching statement the couple said: ‘It is with our deepest sadness we have to announce that our baby boy has passed away. It is the greatest pain that any parents can feel.

‘Only the birth of our baby girl gives us the strength to live this moment with some hope and happiness.

‘We would like to thank the doctors and nurses for all their expert care and support.

‘We are all devastated at this loss and we kindly ask for privacy at this very difficult time.

‘Our baby boy, you are our angel. We will always love you.’

The new season of her Netflix series ‘I Am Georgina’ is expected to show the grief of the family after their son’s passing. Pictured: The family, including children Cristiano Jr, Eva, Mateo, Alana Martina and Bella Esmeralda

The couple called their surviving baby girl Bella Esmeralda (pictured), with Ms Rodriguez describing her a a ‘small great blessing’

Ms Rodriguez called her surviving girl Bella Esmeralda her ‘small great blessing’ in an emotional social media post showing her sleeping with a dummy in her mouth when she was nearly four months old.

Late last month she posted another photo of her little girl clutching her thumb alongside the touching message: ‘In skin, soul and heart.’

A few days earlier the model was pictured making a surprise visit to the holy site of Fatima in Portugal in a visit which is also due to feature in the second series of ‘I Am Georgina.’

Alvaro Diaz, confirming Netflix had jumped at the chance of putting her back in front of its cameras, said: ‘We didn’t have any doubt about commissioning a second series after seeing the first, because it’s difficult to find someone who opens the doors to their life wide-open like Georgina does.’

He added during a presentation of Netflix Spain’s up-and-coming shows to journalists at FestTVal, the main Spanish annual television and radio festival in the Basque city of Victoria-Gasteiz: ‘Georgina and her loved ones have experienced something very complicated and fans will see that she has dealt with it with naturalness and generosity.

‘The new series will feature moments of the most absolute sadness and the heart-wrenching loss Georgina suffered is something that can happen to someone who has everything, like her, as well as someone who has nothing.

Alvaro Diaz, Netflix Spain’s Director of Entertainment, said: ‘Fans will see that she has dealt with it [her son’s passing] with naturalness and generosity’. Pictured: The couple with children Cristiano JR, Eva, Mateo, and Alana Martina

The first season of ‘I Am Georgina’ became a top ten hit in many countries when it premiered in January this year. Pictured: Ms Rodriguez the couple’s children Eva, Mateo and Alana

‘But we are also going to laugh and enjoy a lot with the new season, just like we did last time round.’

The first series of ‘I Am Georgina’ premiered in 190 countries around the world on January 27 – Georgina’s 28th birthday – and became an instant top ten hit in many.

In the first season Ronaldo told the cameras he was ‘1000 per cent certain’ he would end up tying the knot with Ms Rodriguez, who he met while she was working in a shop earning £10-an-hour.

Ms Rodriguez revealed in season one she went from taking public transport to get to the Gucci store where she met Cristiano in 2016 to being ferried around in his fleet of high-powered sports cars.

It is not yet clear if the pre-season uncertainty surrounding the striker’s future at Man United will feature at all in the second series, set to be called ‘I Am Georgina 2’.

The 37-year-old, who is missing out on Champions League football, will now remain at Old Trafford until at least January following the closure of the transfer window.

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