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Intense and emotional message from Jese to premature baby and his partner

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Intense and emotional message from Jese to premature baby and his partner

El intenso mensaje de Jesé Rodríguez a su bebé enfermo

Jese Rodriguez and his partner, Aurah Ruiz posted messages on Instagram explaining the difficulties that their third child together is experiencing.

Jese Rodriguez' new life in the Premier League has gotten off to a horrible start. His third son, Nyan, with Aurah Ruiz was born prematurely on June 26th, forcing the former Real Madrid player to travel back to Las Palmas frequently after the baby was admitted to a hospital on the island.

Jese took to social media to show his support and to ensure everyone that he will continue to fight for his baby's life and his gratitude for how the baby and the mother of the baby are fighting.

Emotional message on social media for Nyan and Aurah

On Wednesday, Jese posted a photo on Instagram with his baby sitting in his lap and with breathing apparatus shown coming from his nose. He added the message, "Everyday by your side, I am learning from you, your strength, your will to live, your attitude to not give up, your tenderness, your determination given how small you are, your way of suffering and little by and slowly getting better and as a result these things that fill my heart even in this bad situation, and yet you still manage to give me happiness. Thank you, Nyan. Everything will be okay and I will always be by your side," he finishes.

Jese also sends a touching message to his girlfriend in these difficult times, "Thank you for being so brave with everything as you have been, I will always be with you. I love you both very much, always in my heart no matter what. You deserve the very best," he says to Aurah.

She responded with a comment on the post as to what happened. She responded directly to some of them questioning what had happened to little Nyan. Ruiz told everyone that it was not diabetes and said that it was the baby's lungs that had no developed full. They are the last organ that develops in the fetus.

It seems, however, that the tyke is improving and Ruiz added a message that said, "one more day, another day less."

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