- Cristiano Ronaldo shared a photo of uniting moment with his family members
- The Juve star was spotted taking lunch with his family members including his mum
- For Ronaldo, family is above everything and the Portuguese star has proved it beyond doubt
Cristiano Ronaldo seems to be giving himself a special treat into the new chapter of his age after the Portuguese footie was spotted taking lunch with his family members including his rarely seen mum.
The Portuguese footie clocked 35 on Wednesday, February 5 and has found himself in the middle of social media discussion amid incredible show of love from football space.
As talks continue to revolve around his legacies in football, the Juventus star received a special gift in the form of Mercedes G-Wagon from his wife Georgina Rodriquez.
Ronaldo has now proved that nothing supersedes family after he was seen taking meals with members of his family.
In a picture shared on his photo-video sharing app page, the Juventus superstar sat close to his wife Georgina Rodriguez, donning a deep blue shirt as he moved face towards the direction of the camera.
Sitting next to the Portuguese is his darling mum Maria Dolores dos Santos Aveiro and a male member of the family who all smiled towards the camera after a sumptuous meal.
Ronaldo has often been considered one of the greatest players to grace the football space in terms of accomplishments, records, the monetary value and the social prestige.
With a career spanning two decades, Ronaldo put football world under his carpet winning different titles across four top leagues in Europe including five Champions League-- one with Man United and four with Real Madrid.
Among other decorations, the Portuguese also won five Ballon d'Or gongs, and Barcelona hitman Lionel Messi is the only player who has the gong more than him.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that Cristiano Ronaldo may be one short of his arch-rival Lionel Messi on the list of Ballon d'Or winners but his heavy purse transcends what fans think of the Argentine's total net worth.
The Portuguese and Argentine are the two most powerful footies in the world with their rivalry dating back in Spain when Ronaldo's dazzling show of champion at Real Madrid sparked off the greatest rivalry ever seen.