Sergio Ramos: Wife of Real Madrid star Rubio gives birth to fourth son

Sergio Ramos: Wife of Real Madrid star Rubio gives birth to fourth son

- Sergio Ramos married Pilar Rubio in 2019 in a very lavish wedding ceremony

- Rubio has just delivered their fourth son as the player becomes father yet again

- Ramos made the announcement online disclosing the name of the child as Maximo Adriano

Sergio Ramos became a father for the fourth time after his wife Pilar Rubio delivered a baby boy yet again.

The 34-year-old Real Madrid captain broke the news when he shared a picture with his new baby and partner on social media.

He wrote: "Immensely happy to be able to introduce Máximo Adriano.

"He was born at 6:56 p.m. and weighed 3.270kg. Mom and baby are perfect."

SunSport are reporting that the player and his partner already have three male children Sergio, five; Marco, four; and Alejandro, who will turn two in March.

The couple married in 2019 in a ceremony dubbed the "wedding of the year" on Saturday, June 15, in Spain.

Some of the dignitaries in attendance included David and Victoria Beckham, the ex-Galactico, who played alongside Ramos for two seasons at the Santiago Bernabeu.

In addition, Spain’s La Roja teammates and Barcelona ace Gerard Pique was among guests that were live at Andalusia, alongside pop star wife Shakira with about 500 guests, inside the world's largest gothic cathedral, in Ramos' birthplace.

Pilar, 42, who was born in Torrejon de Ardoz near Madrid, was voted the prettiest woman in the world by Spain’s FHM magazine in 2008 and 2009.

Sergio Ramos: Wife of Real Madrid star Rubio gives birth to fourth son
Sergio Ramos celebrates a goal. Photo Credit: Getty Images
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She made a name for herself as a reporter on a light entertainment show before starting to present some of Spain’s most famous television talent shows.

Karim Benzema has been voted the best player of the just concluded La Liga season according to fans as the Frenchman scored 21 goals to help Real Madrid win their first title in three years.

And the Frenchman picked up 37% of the vote compared to Messi’s 31% despite that the Argentine the season with the Pichichi trophy after his 25 goals, while he also registered 21 assists. earlier reported that Zinedine Zidane seems to have cast doubts on his Real Madrid future barely two days after winning them the 34th La Liga title.

The Frenchman led Los Blancos to Spanish League triumph despite trailing rivals with two points before football went on break in March.

They were crowned champions for the first time since 2017 following their 2-1 victory over Villarreal earlier in the week.


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