Georgina Rodríguez out shopping in Funchal with Cristiano in quarantine at home
Cristiano Ronaldo's partner Georgina Rodríguez was spotted shopping at a local commercial centre while the Juventus star was quarantined at home in Funchal.
Cristiano Ronaldo's partner Georgina Rodríguez has come under fire from certain quarters on social media while Portugal is in a state of alarm due to the coronavirus pandemic. It is well known that Cristiano and his family have been confined to the family home in Funchal, Portugal under strict orders from Juventus, after two players tested positive for Covid-19 this week.
Georgina out shopping in Funchal
However, while both Cristiano and Georgina have advised their millions of followers to remain at home, it seems that rule doesn't apply to them. Earlier today, several Portuguese photographers caught Georgina Rodríguez coming out of a clothes shop accompanied by bodyguards.
Cristiano's partner had hoped to spend the afternoon disconnecting with some retail therapy in Funchal, and that hasn't gone down at all well with her followers - and even less with the millions of Portuguese citizens who have been told to stay at home after the government placed the country on high alert at the weekend.
Cristiano at home in quarantine
Portuguese authorities have advised only essential shopping - for food and medicine is advised as they attempt to stop the spread of coronavirus before hospitals are overwhelmed. On top of that, it's important to remember that Cristiano Ronaldo, who is under the same roof as Georgina at this moment, could be considered someone who is at high risk as he has recently had direct contact with team mates Daniele Rugani and Blaise Matuidi - the two Juventus players to have tested positive for coronavirus.
The former Real Madrid forward was also seen today, although in a more responsible setting that his partner. Cristiano Ronaldo made the most of the sunshine in Madeira to keep in shape with a few exercises by the pool, a moment which was also caught on camera.
Georgina published an old photo on his social media account accompanied by a message warning of the dangers of coronavirus: “Focused on the horizon from my window. […] During the difficult moments, keep faith and look at the positive side of things. This is a good time to reflect and be thankful for what we have. The importance of things and being with family. Health is the most important thing,”, she wrote.
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Mirando al horizonte desde mi ventana. Recordé esta preciosa imagen de la sesión fotográfica de la revista Grazia. En momentos difíciles persiste, ten fe y busca el lado positivo de las cosas. Es un buen momento para reflexionar, valorar y dar gracias por lo que tenemos. La importancia de las pequeñas cosas y de estar en familia. La salud es lo más importante. Nosotros estamos bien de salud 🙏 Ánimo a todos los que lucháis contra el virus. Nuestros mejores deseos de recuperación. Distantes pero siempre unidos. 🙏💪❤️👍😘#yomequedoencasa #saldremosdeesta #juntossomosmasfuertes #coronavirus #strongertogether #isolation
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