Cristiano Ronaldo and Georgina Rodriguez walk through centre of Madeira with the kids despite coronavirus fears



Posted Tuesday, March 31, 2020 by Thesun.co.uk

CRISTIANO RONALDO and Georgina Rodriguez took a walk through the centre of Madeira with the children despite the ongoing fears of coronavirus.

A host of European nations, including the UK, France, Spain and Italy, are on lockdown as the killer bug strengthens its grip on the continent.

Cristiano Ronaldo and Georgina Rodriguez walk through centre of Madeira with the kids despite coronavirus fears
Cristiano Ronaldo took Georgina and the kids out for a walk in Funchal

But Portugal still has a "voluntary lockdown" in force from its government, allowing people to leave their houses as long as they are respectful with personal space.

Ronaldo - now back in his native Madeira after escaping Northern Italy - took his kids and partner Georgina out for some fresh air in Funchal.

But they weren't able to grab a bite to eat while out for a stroll, with bars, cafes and restaurants all too affected in Portugal, as with the rest of Europe.

And Georgina looked uncomfortable when they were approached by a fan, as she tried to cover her face with her hoodie.

One person who didn't join the happy family for the walk was Cristiano's mum Dolores, who is now back at home as she recovers from a stroke.

Ronaldo recently revealed he's "feeling very thankful" to have her home, as he posted a sweet family picture on social media.

Meanwhile, Juventus star Ronaldo has been doing his part to help out with the coronavirus pandemic - recently donating five ventilators to hospitals in need.

He's also offered to slash his massive wages by £3.5million in order to help his club survive the financial repercussions of the killer bug.

It has also been revealed Ronaldo has now bought all of his Juve team-mates an iMac each to apologise for his Champions League red card against Valencia earlier this season.

But that's not to say he hasn't splashed out on himself during the lockdown, with the Portuguese star buying himself an £8.5m, limited edition Bugatti Centodieci.



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