Portuguese forward, Cristiano Ronaldo, and his girlfriend, Georgina Rodriguez, have made an arrangement that Rodriguez will receive financial support of €100,000 (N50,056,377) if they do break up, according to a report by a Spanish media, TV GUIA.
Rodriguez has been in a relationship with Ronaldo since 2016, and they have two children, Alana Martina and Bella Esmeralda. She is also the mother of Cristiano Ronaldo Jr. and twins Eva and Mateo, who were born via surrogate.
When Ronaldo moved to Saudi Arabia, the couple was exempted from Saudi rules that prohibit unmarried couples from cohabiting.
The arrangement is said to give Rodriguez ownership of the family’s house in Madrid, La Finca, as well as a monthly pension of £85,900 (€100,000) for the rest of her .
This is how much Cristiano Ronaldo would have to pay Georgina Rodriguez if ‘prenuptial’ agreement is broken
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There may have been many rumors about Cristiano Ronaldo and Georgina Rodriguez’s relationship, but they continue to walk together and show themselves at events.
After Georgina Rodriguez addressed the reports that they are going through a crisis, there has been nothing but speculation, so they are doing all they can to shake that image in public.
Behind the scenes, though, it seems they are preparing for all possible outcomes. Media in Portugal are reporting that they have left no stone unturned when it comes to a possible split and what would happen.
Cristiano Ronaldo and Georgina Rodriguez’s prenuptial agreement
A report by TV GUIA has outlined what would happen after the pair reached a type of “prenuptial agreement”.
This agreement is there in case of problems between the couple and, with it, Georgina would get important economic support if they do break up.
It was revealed that the model and influencer would receive a large sum every month if she separates from the footballer.
This agreement apparently also stipulates that the family home in La Finca, in Madrid, would pass into Georgina’s name and that she would receive a payment of around 100,000 euros a month for life.
Whether this is true or not and whether this ever becomes necessary is unclear, but there is seemingly no end to the speculation surrounding the couple.