Cristiano Ronaldo and his girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez are reportedly selling their private jet, a luxurious Gulfstream G200 plane worth over $27 million. The couple is looking to buy a bigger plane since the Gulfstream G200 can only accommodate up to 10 seats, which can be turned into three beds. Ronaldo has six family members, and he wants a more spacious plane. The couple used the plane for personal and business trips, and it was even featured in Rodriguez’s Netflix show, “I’m Georgina.” Last year, they attempted to sell the plane but were unsuccessful. The couple’s successful business ventures, including Rodriguez’s show, have allowed them to accumulate enough funds to purchase a new plane.

Ronaldo and Rodriguez currently reside in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, where Ronaldo joined Al Nassr club. The Argentine model spoke highly of her new country and how safe and friendly the people are. She expressed her happiness for being able to visit the Saudi Arabian desert and being connected to the wonderful country in all ways. Rodriguez recently became the new ambassador for Laverne, a famous perfume brand in Saudi Arabia.

In the movie, “I’m Georgina,” Rodriguez revealed how nervous and embarrassed she was when she first met Ronaldo while working as a salesperson at a Gucci store. She described Ronaldo as a handsome man and admitted that she couldn’t look him in the eye. However, the moment changed her life, and she considers Ronaldo her savior. Ronaldo is doing well at AlNassr and has scored nine goals and set up two goals in the Saudi Arabia Pro League so far.

Overall, Ronaldo and Rodriguez’s decision to sell their private jet in search of a larger and more comfortable one reflects their luxurious lifestyle. Their successful business ventures and comfortable life in Saudi Arabia have provided them with the means to pursue their expensive hobbies and interests. Despite their opulent lifestyle, the couple also engages in philanthropic activities, such as Ronaldo’s charitable contributions and Rodriguez’s advocacy for animal rights.

By Lylla

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