Cristiano Ronaldo and his family donned incredible costumes on Friday to celebrate the third anniversary of his twins Eva and Mateo.
The iconic 35-year-old footballer donned an Aladdin suit while his partner Georgina Rodriguez, 26, became a Power Ranger in the sweet family photo showing their locked out party.
Juventus star Eldest son Cristiano Jr, nine, looked adorable in an incredible hunk suit while birthday boy Mateo was cute in a maskless Spider-Man outfit.
Cute: Cristiano Ronaldo and his family donned incredible costumes to celebrate the third anniversary of his twins Eva and Mateo on Friday
Georgina brought a touch of glamor to her Power Ranger outfit by accessorizing with a tiara as she hugged Mateo.
Cristiano and Georgina’s daughter Alana, two, and Eva wore beautiful princess outfits.
A bouncy castle, multi-colored balloons and mounds of gifts were visible in the background as the family prepared to celebrate the special day.
Cristiano captioned the cliché: “Happy birthday to my two darling Eva and Mateo! We love you to the end of the world.
Proud Dad: Cristiano captioned the cliché: “Happy birthday to my two darling Eva and Mateo! We love you to the end of the world ‘
Family: The sportsman also shared a snapshot with his family while tasting the twins’ birthday cake
Georgina and Cristiano stayed behind closed doors with their families after moving to Portugal from Turin in northern Italy.
The twins were carried by a surrogate mother, while the motherhood of her eldest is a mystery.
Georgina is Alana’s biological mother.
The couple met in 2016, and there have been rumors that the couple married secretly, but the couple have not confirmed.
Together: It comes after Cristiano took a little while enjoying a family bike ride on Thursday
The family stayed at home in Madeira to avoid contracting the virus, after seeing three of Daniele Rugani’s teammates, Paulo Dybala and Blaise Matuidi among the first Serie A players to test positive for Covid-19.
They returned to Turin in early May and had to spend 14 days at home in solitary confinement according to government rules for international arrivals.
It was previously announced that Italian clubs were allowed to resume team training on May 18 – but the matches are still pending following a government decree banning sports events until June 15.
Back in his natural habitat: the handsome guy returned to training with the Juventus Football Club in Italy last month