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Cristiano Ronaldo Gifts Mum Dolores Sparkling New Mercedes For Mother’s Day, Hails ‘Special’ Georgina



Picture showed Dolores with her arms round Ronaldo and a broad smile on her face.

Overjoyed Dolores Aveiro showed off a new set of wheels for her Mother’s Day presents from Cristiano Ronaldo and his three siblings.

The 65-year-old posted a picture alongside a top-of-the range black Mercedes with a red ribbon and flowers in her arms.

Dolores posed with her new car for an Instagram pictureCredit: Instagram @doloresaveiroofficial

She said in the message, which coincided with Mother’s Day in countries like Portugal and Spain: “Thanks to my children for the presents I received from them today.

“Happy Mother’s Day to all mums.”

Daughter Katia, who lives in Brazil, replied in a clear reference to Dolores’ recent stroke: “You deserve the world mum.

“We are here to care for you. Have a lovely day my darling mum.”

Cristiano, who yesterday went sightseeing in Madeira with his partner Georgina Rodriguez and eldest son Cristiano Jr, posted two photos to remember the “two special women” in his life.

One showed Dolores with her arms round him and a broad smile on her face.

The other showed him sleeping while Georgina planted a tender kiss on his forehead.

He wrote alongside the pics: “Happy Mother’s Day to my two special women.”


The Juventus star is expected to have to return to Italy shortly so he can self-isolate ahead of a possible resumption of training.

Cristiano, 35, has been in Madeira since March 9 with his family.

He returned to the island ahead of the suspension of Serie A football after Dolores suffered a stroke.

He made an initial 24-hour trip back to his native island after her March 3 stroke to see her in hospital before returning with his four children and Georgina just under a week later.

His mum has been updating fans on her recovery with a series of social media photos showing her relaxing at home after being discharged from a private hospital in Funchal.

The former Manchester United and Real Madrid striker has spent most of his time on his native island at a £3,500-a-week rented villa near the fishing village of Canical.

He moved to the villa after leaving a seven-storey apartment in the Madeiran capital Funchal he bought last year.

His mum lives in the apartment block along with his brother Hugo and his family.

Dolores has two daughters, Elma and Katia, and two sons.
-Sun, UK

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