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Cristiano Ronaldo and his family only recently relocated to Saudi Arabia following the football star’s spectacular switch to Al Nassr Club, but it seems Ronaldo’s kids have adapted to the Arab culture quite well: Now, they can sing in Arabic.
Ronaldo and his partner Georgina Rodriguez have already demonstrated their readiness for the Arab way of life when they were first introduced as the club’s newest player, CR7, at the club’s presentation. The Spanish model sported an abaya as the Portuguese striker talked in Arabic throughout that ceremony.
Recently, Ronaldo was also seen celebrating his birthday in the desert, and dancing in a traditional thobe during Saudi’s founding day.
The family receives hundreds of hearts and likes on social media for each glimpse they give into their lives in Saudi Arabia.
With their remarkable Arabic language abilities, the couple’s children are now stealing the show. Rodriguez posted two equally charming video snippets to Instagram.
One shows their two kids Eva and Alana singing an Arabic song that roughly translates to “We love our father and mother and our brothers”. And in the other clip, five-year-old Alana is seen reciting the days of the week with spot-on pronunciation:
Ronaldo is currently living in Saudi Arabia with his long-time partner Rodriguez and family. Ronaldo has five children. His eldest son Cristiano Jr was born in the US in 2010 but the identity of his mother is unknown. In June 2017, Ronaldo welcomed twins Eva and Mateo via surrogate.