- Cristiano Ronaldo, siblings send their mum surprise mother's day present
- The 65-year-old took delivery of an exotic Mercedes Benz tied with a bid red ribbon
- The 35-year-old wished his mum and spouse Georgina a happy mother's day
Juventus superstar Cristiano Ronaldo and his three siblings surprised their mum with a brand new black Mercedes Benz in commemoration of this year's mother's day in Portugal.
The 65-year-old was full of joy while striking a pose for the camera beside her red-ribbon decorated luxury with a bouquet in her arms and an amazing smile on her face.
She could not hide her excitement as she took to social media to shower praises on her children for putting a smile on her face. She also wished every woman a happy mother's day in her message.
It would be recalled that she was not too long ago discharged from the hospital after suffering a stroke in early March.
Dolores Aveiro has since then been recovering while also on lockdown to avoid contracting deadly coronavirus that has been ravaging the world since last December.
While sharing the picture of her brand new machine, she said: "Thank you to my children for the gifts I received today. Happy Mothers Day."
Her proud 35-year-old superstar celebrated his mother and his partner Georgina Rodriguez on his page saying: "Happy Mother's Day to my two special women."
Also, one of her daughters 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.”
Meanwhile, Ronaldo is expected back in Italy for the remainder of the 2019-20 season has gone on break since March 9 due to COVID-19.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Cristiano Ronaldo has been unable to travel to Italy from his base in Madeira as reports claim he got stuck.
The Juventus striker is expected to return to his club after spending several weeks with his family in his hometown.
But according to Portuguese news media outlet TVI, his £30million private jet has been grounded in Madrid.
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