Georgina Rodriguez, 22, grew up in Jaca, a city which is located in northeastern Spain and is part of the province of Heusca, near the Pyrenees.
The 22-year-old was spotted on a string of dates with Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo towards the end of 2016.
News of the relationship began to emerge in November that year, when they were snapped walking round round Disneyland Paris arm-in-arm and publicly showing their affection for one another.
And despite putting on a disguise, the Italian magazine Chi were able to identify Ronaldo as he cuddled up to his new love interest. Rodriguez studied dance before changing career to modelling after studying English in London.
Before becoming Ronaldo’s girlfriend, Rodriguez worked at a Gucci store in the Spanish capital of Madrid. It’s believed the Spanish beauty caught the eye of Cristiano Ronaldo in the VIP area of a Dolce & Gabbana event. After the event, the pair apparently started dating in secret for months before going public with their romance at the French theme park.
The couple appeared to start seeing her just months after Ronaldo was caught cuddling up to fitness model Cassandre Davis in August 2016. And, in September that year, it was rumoured that Ronaldo had moved onto dating former Miss Spain Desire Cordero.
However, their romance ended quite quickly as the superstar footballer apparently believed Cordero was ‘using him for fame and attention’. But, while it’s difficult to know exactly how long Ronaldo and Rodriguez have been together, their first public date was in mid-November 2016.
On 23rd February 2017 Ronaldo joked to a friend telling him to ‘be careful’ when he uploaded a photo alongside Rodriguez.
Footballing fans have probably spotted Rodriguez in the crowd at Real Madrid’s Santiago Bernabeu Stadium as she has been attending matches in support of her boyfriend.
As well as having a positive impact on his personal life, some would argue Georgina’s attendance at matches has been having also benefited the Spanish team.
Ronaldo helped Real Madrid to their first La Liga title in five years and is now odds-on favourite for a fifth Ballon d’Or – equalling Lionel Messi.