Man Utd star Cristiano Ronaldo cradles baby girl in heartwarming picture after tragic death of his son

CRISTIANO RONALDO has posted a heartwarming picture of himself holding his baby daughter.

The Manchester United star and his partner Georgina Rodriguez tragically lost their baby son during childbirth earlier this month.

In confirming the devastating news, Ronaldo said: "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."

In a picture posted this morning, the 37-year-old stares lovingly at his daughter while cradling her in his arms.

He captioned the image: "Forever Love…❤️🙏🏽"

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After taking time to grieve his loss, Ronaldo returned to action with Man United.

After scoring his 100th Premier League goal during a clash with Arsenal, he pointed to the sky in tribute to his baby boy.

He did likewise following his goal against Chelsea on Thursday night.

After taking his baby girl home for the first time, Ronaldo posted a family picture alongside Georgina, their newborn girl, and his other four children to Instagram.

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He captioned it: "Home sweet home. Gio and our baby girl are finally together with us.

"We want to thank everyone for all the kind words and gestures.

"Your support is very important and we all felt the love and respect that you have for our family.

“Now it’s time to be grateful for the life that we’ve just welcomed into this world.”


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