“I’m sorry, but I don’t want to talk about how many millions I have in my account because I earned all of it myself,” Cristiano Ronaldo’s partner, Georgina Rodriguez, said. What does Georgina do for a living and how does she make her millions?
Georgina Rodriguez (28), the partner of world-renowned footballer Cristiano Ronaldo (37), is currently the most popular Spanish influencer, with around 40 million followers.
She is currently pregnant with twins, and her Netflix documentary, Soy Georgina, is currently airing.
Ronaldo’s partner gave a lengthy interview to Forbes magazine’s Spanish edition the day before her partner’s birthday party.
A birthday celebration in Dubai with her Burj Khalifa character, luxury holidays, travels to the North Pole, and a luxury car as a gift for her partner’s birthday are just a few of the luxury items that her Instagram followers have been able to view in the last few months.
However, the Spanish influencer, who met Ronaldo while working as a sales assistant in a high-end shop, was taken aback by his comments about money.
“It’s true that I’ve made a lot of progress in recent years, but I’ve also worked a lot, and I’ve been able to devote more time to my social media platforms.” I am occasionally referred to as “the woman of…” in a pejorative manner, but this does not bother me.
I am delighted to be Cristiano Ronaldo’s partner; I am utterly smitten by him and am overjoyed. I recognize that being his partner provides me with several options, but I worked hard for the money in my account and established my own riches.
“I am happy of what I have accomplished and how I have managed my own career, as well as the fact that I have established a balance between my professional, personal, and familial obligations,” she stated.
Georgina’s fortune comes from a variety of sources. She occasionally wears designer pieces from well-known companies; she is a Chopard ambassador and has a contract with the American sportswear firm Alo yoga, but she is also the administrator of Insparya Hair Medical Facility, a hair transplant clinic.
“As for finances, I’m sorry, but I’m not interested in discussing how much money I have in my bank account.” When I am offered a project that I am not interested in or that does not align with my values, that is sufficient cause for me to decline it.
Being wealthy does not imply amassing vast sums of money in a bank. “Some people have millions in the bank but nothing in life,” she explained.
Georgina talks about what she wants to educate her children as their family grows:
“I attempt to instill in the children the belief that hard work pays off and that perseverance is required.”
We want kids to understand how to enjoy what makes them joyful, but most importantly, how to respect people.”