Georgina Rodriguez reveals she had three miscarriages before baby’s tragic death with Cristiano Ronaldo on new Netflix show
GEORGINA Rodriguez will reveal on her new Netflix show she suffered three miscarriages before the devastating loss of her baby boy last year.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s wife is starring in a new Netflix series about her life after the first series premiered last year.
Georgina, a 29-year-old influencer, bursts into tears in a Netflix trailer released last week as she relived the heartbreaking moment of losing one of her twins during childbirth.
According to Spanish news website El Espanol, she will make the shock admission in the first episode of the new series of I Am Georgina.
Georgina revealed in the first episode of the second season, which premieres March 24: “Every time I went to the gynecologist at night, I would have nightmares because I was worried about what position they would be in, what the birth would look like would if it were a cesarean section.
“I was very scared at every ultrasound, I felt very tense because I had had three miscarriages before and I came home in pieces.”
She described her visits to the gynecologist as “terrible because I kept throwing up”.
The Argentine-born Spaniard will also reveal that she did not immediately tell her other children that Angel did not survive and told them that he would be born a little later than his sister, according to El Español.
She said: “You were born on Easter Monday. The most awaited moment arrives and your heart stops.
“Bella was born strong and healthy, but a piece of my heart is broken.
“One wonders how to proceed. I wasn’t ready to accept or acknowledge what happened to me and I wasn’t ready to tell my kids about it.
“Since I still had a belly, I told them Angel would wait a little longer before he was born.
“Until Cris told them Angel was in heaven. That was a dose of reality.”
Between leaving the hospital, Georgina’s sister Ivana helped remove the cot, Moses cradle and teddy bear the influencer had prepared for Angel at the Cheshire home she shared with Cristiano before the couple moved to Saudi Arabia.
Georgina admits she hasn’t come to terms with her loss yet, admitting, “I will never be the same person again.
“Every time I look at Bella I’m like, ‘Would Angel be like this?
“The truth is I feel like I’m not ready to think about it, like I still haven’t accepted it.
“I always say to my kids, ‘Your little brother is in heaven, he doesn’t want to walk, he wants to fly. Every time you look up at the sky, think of him.'”
Georgina thanks her soccer partner for his “unconditional support and love”, adding in the first episode: “He played a really important role.
“Gods put the right people in your way.”
She said of her surviving twin daughter, one of two children she has with Cristiano: “She managed to fill the hole in my life to a certain extent.
“When she is older and we tell her what happened, she will be very proud of what she has achieved.”
Georgina cries in the official trailer released last week, which didn’t include the latest footage from the Spanish press, as she recalls April’s trauma.
She admits as an adorable photo flashes on the screen of her lying in bed in the hospital with Bella Esmeralda on her chest: “Life is tough, life goes on.
“I have reasons to keep going and to be strong.”
She credits her footballing partner for helping her get through the darkest time of their lives together, adding: “Cris has really encouraged me to go ahead with my agenda. He said: ‘Gio, get on with your life, it will do you good. ‘”
She continued, “My priority right now is my family and my kids. I am so happy and grateful.”
The trailer also reveals moments from Georgina’s 28th birthday that will be featured on the show, such as when Cristiano spent thousands of pounds on a light and laser show projected onto Dubai’s iconic Burj Khalifa tower.
Georgina admits, ‘It’s really hard to surprise me’ as the light and laser show plays, before admitting, ‘Cristiano is very thoughtful, really good to me. Cristiano is the love of my life.”
In another part of the show, she meets Spanish singer-songwriter Rosalia, who admits she was a fan of the first series of ‘I Am Georgina’, which was released last January to mark the influencer’s 28th birthday, after she hugged and said, “I’m watching your show. I love her.”
Georgina is also filmed doing what is believed to be the inking done last August in memory of the child she lost.
The former saleswoman, who now has 47million followers on Instagram, is caught on film saying “I have to work” during the trailer for her new series.
She also confesses, “I feel like super mom and super woman,” before adding, alongside footage of her romantic dance with Cristiano, “I’m a mom, I’m a sister, I’m a friend, I’m a woman, I’m.” Georgina.”
The first series of Georgina’s popular Netflix show premiered in 190 countries around the world last year.