Cristiano Ronaldo And Georgina Rodriguez Returns Home With His Family And Newly Born Baby Daughter.

Manchester United's star Cristiano Ronaldo seems to have moved on from the death of his twin baby boy as he shares first picture with his 28-year-old partner Georgina Rodriguez at home with his newly born baby daughter.

This has been a tough and tragic week for Ronaldo and his family after he announced on Monday via social media that one of their newborn twins had died.

The 37-year-old and his partner were initially expecting twins a boy and girl but one sadly passed away CloudNine Sports reported.

Ronaldo asked for privacy at that time and he was given personal time off to deal with the tragedy in midweek which made him miss the team’s visit to Liverpool on Tuesday night, which ended in an embarrassing 4-0 defeat for United.

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Despite the fierce rivalry between the two most successful teams in England, Ronaldo and his family received condolences as both Liverpool fans and Man United fans paid an emotional tribute by giving a minute’s round of applause in the seventh minute of the game at Anfield while chanting "You'll Never Walk Alone", showing respect and support for his family.

The Portuguese captain responded to the kind gesture with a message on his Instagram account.

Along with a video of the fans was a message that said, "One world… One sport… One global family… Thanks, Anfield. Me and my family will never forget this moment of respect and compassion."

Now Ronaldo is back home with his partner Georgina Rodriguez and their five children, including newborn baby girl.

He shared a happy family picture, showing how the newborn baby girl is allowing them to heal.

Ronaldo wrote; "Home sweet home. Gio and our baby girl are finally together with us. We want to thank everyone for all the kind words and gestures.

"Your support is very important and we all felt the love and respect that you have for our family.

"Now it’s time to be grateful for the life that we’ve just welcomed into this world."

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The five time Ballon d'Or winner also arrived for Manchester United training for the second day in a row, pictured with his teammates on a sunny day at Carrington preparing for the weekend’s game.

He was driven to the club's Carrington training base by his personal security team, raising hopes he could return for the crucial top-four clash with Arsenal, an opponent he scored twice against earlier in the season.

Should Ronaldo return to action on Saturday, he can expect a similar emotional reception from those at the Emirates Stadium.

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United’s number 7 and top goal scorer this season, scored a sensational hat-trick in his last game against Norwich City, and will be keen to get back to playing and adding to the 21 goals he has scored this season, to put a happy end on a difficult week.

Ralf Rangnick men are three points off fourth place Tottenham and fifth place Arsenal, making Saturday's game a must win.

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