Celebaby: Regret For Mystery Ronaldo Baby Mother

4 January 2011


The mystery mother of Christiano Ronaldo's son is reported to be bitterly regretting her decision to hand over the baby in return for £10 million.

Last year, the world was gobsmacked when Ronaldo revealed he'd become a father, said he would never tell who the mother was, that he had exclusive 'guardianship rights' of the child who would be raised by his mother and sister.

Apparently the mother is a 20-year-old British student who had a one-night-stand with Ronaldo and contacted him through his agent when she discovered she was pregnant.

A multi-million pound deal, that has a clause forbidding her from talking about the situation with anyone, was struck and she handed the baby over.

However, it would know seem that she deeply regrets that decision and is regularly phoning Ronaldo begging to be allowed to see her son and offering to give the money back.

One of those handy newspaper sources has told the Sunday Mirror...

"She's often calling him late at night. She cried down the phone to him and pleads with him, he shouldn't even be in contact with her but they have got into a twisted sort of routine.

She even calls him after matches to congratulate him on how he played, hoping that one day she can appeal to his better nature. She feels like she has sold her soul. She has this millionaire lifestyle but can never tell her friends and family the truth about what has happened and that makes her feel incredibly lonely."

Perhaps she should have thought of all that before she leapt into bed with Ronaldo, had unprotected sex and then chose cash over her own flesh and blood!


  • SlayerKat
    I'm kind of speechless!
  • Lynley O.
    Me too! And hey there Kat! How was your Christmas and New year? Feel like I haven't seen you about for ages!
  • SlayerKat
    Lol hey there! have been reading everything just not always posting replies ;) happy new year!!
  • Lynley O.
    I was half expecting to see you pop up with some amazing Christmas leftovers recipes/ideas :)
  • SlayerKat
    lol thanks. well we were so organised this year there weren't ANY leftovers lol
  • Lynley O.
    Wow no leftovers! I didn't have as much as I was hoping for either. I think I either got a bit too good at working out the right amount for portions or maybe my cooking has got better! Kinda hoping for the latter :)
  • Luschka O.
    Awww. that is terribly sad. I guess since we don't know who she was, we don't know what her story is - like whether she had PPD, or felt he could give the child a better life or what the case might be, or whether she was simply overwhelmed by the first strike of parenthood. The thought of not being able to see my child is hair raising, the thought of being constantly reminded by seeing her father in the media is dreadful. And I'm sorry, but what about him? Buying off a child from a woman that was good enough to have sex with, but not good enough to be in his child's life? What's he going to tell that boy when he grows up and wants to know what became of his mother and why the hell he wouldn't let her see him... tut tut tut. That buying a child this way is okay, but other things, like surrogacy, are not is simply beyond me.

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