Georgina Rodriguez has come under fire after she appeared to disrespect the five-time Cristiano Ronaldo’s mother, Dolores Aveiro.
The family came together in Madrid for the celebration of Cristiano Ronaldo Jr. on June 17, with Miss Rodriguez leading the show.
Ronaldo did not attend his son’s birthday celebration due to national team duties in Iceland.
In the superstar’s absence, his mother, Dolores, made the trip from Portugal alongside her partner Jose Andrade.
The pair decided not to stay in the house with the rest of their family, instead opting for La Finca – a 5-star hotel in the Spanish capital.
Rodriguez shared several photos of Cristiano Jr’s birthday party. However, she opted to not include her mother-in-law in any of them.
Dolores then shared a video of the party on her Instagram account on June 22.
Several commentators on Noite das Estrelas, a talk show on the network CMTV, criticized Georgina Rodriguez for sitting while letting Dolores stand.
The program’s commentator Maya said, via Televisao, “What strikes me the most is that while Georgina is sitting with the children, Dolores Aveiro remains standing, far away, it doesn’t look pretty to me, this.”
Daniel Nascimento, another commentator, chimed in, “What I’m saying is that it’s not Georgina who has to get up… It was those boys who had to get up.”
However, Maya replied, “If Georgina was a diligent daughter-in-law, Dolores would be in her rightful place! (…) It is a lack of respect!”
Journalist hints Georgina Rodriguez prevented Dolores Aveiro from spending too much time with Cristiano Ronaldo Jr
Leo Caeiro, a journalist from the Portuguese network CMTV, has claimed that Cristiano Ronaldo’s mother, Dolores Aveiro was unable to spend much time with Cristiano Jr on his 13th birthday.
This was due to Georgina Rodriguez’s decision to invite a lot of her friends. Caeiro stated via OK Diario, “She barely saw her grandson. They were able to share moments on his birthday.
“Dolores was with all her grandchildren but I must be honest: there is not a pretty relationship between them.”