Ronaldinho to wed two women at once in Rio de Janeiro in August
The two brides to be, Priscilla Coelho and Beatriz Souza, and the former Barcelona number 10 have supposedly been living happily together for several months now.
They say two is better than one... and in the case of Ronaldinho, that also is true for wives. The football legend will make the dreams of two ladies come true, when he marries both of them in Rio de Janeiro in August.
The two brides to be, Priscilla Coelho and Beatriz Souza, and the former Barcelona number 10 have supposedly been living happily together for several months now, and will tie the knot at a intimate ceremony at his mansion surrounded by friends and family.
As bigamy in Brazil is illegal, carrying a penalty of up to six months in prison, the
marriage of the trio will not be officially registered.
One family member however is not too happy about the arrangement. According to Brazilian
columnist, Leo Dias, Ronaldinho's sister is not in favor of polygamy and will not attend.
Rumours have it that Brazilian singer, and neighbour of Ronaldino, Jorge Vercillo, will
perform at the ceremony.
The triangle-of-love story of Ronaldinho
Apparently, Ronaldinho first started dating Priscilla Coelho, and then two years ago, Beatriz Souza also began seeing the footballer, with neither woman having a problem with the other.
To ensure he treats both equally, supposedly, he gives each of them the equivalent of 1,500 euros a month to spend on what they want.
Ronaldinho himself has never spoken publically his relationship with the two women. However, several close sources have said the trio almost all events together. Columnist Leo Dias has stated that ex-footballer asked them both to marry him in January, giving each one an engagement ring.
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