Cristiano Ronaldo’s wife Georgina Rodriguez would be able to live together despite Saudi Arabian law prohibiting unmarried couples from doing so. Given his recent financial success, the 37-year-old gathered a large audience during their major Tuesday reveal while sporting an Al-Nassr jersey. He joined his longtime partner Georgina and their children on that ground at Mrsool Park.
Despite Saudi Arabia’s regulations categorically forbidding the living of unmarried couples
Cristiano Ronaldo as well as Georgina Rodriguez will indeed be permitted to coexist there.
Ronaldo has been dating Georgina since 2016, but they haven’t gotten married. Ronaldo recently finished a transfer to Al-Nassr FC. So it appeared that he could have trouble continuing to live with his spouse. Together, the couple has children.
Rodriguez and Ronaldo might break Saudi Arabian law, which outlaws cohabitation without a marriage contract because Ronaldo has never been married. Saudi lawyers have promised that now the government will turn a blind eye to the celebrity couple’s cohabitation, according to the Spanish global news agency EFE.
The anonymous lawyer told EFE that although the kingdom’s laws continue to forbid cohabitation without the need for a marriage contract, authorities have recently begun to ignore the issue and no longer prosecute anyone.
Even though these laws are applied when a problem or crime occurs. Even though the law forbids cohabitation without marriage, another attorney stated that Saudi officials no longer get involved in this situation for ex-pats.
Despite these benefits, Ronaldo’s wife Rodriguez, who is also the mom of their two kids, would still need a visa to live permanently in the Gulf state.
The model, being of Spanish and Argentinean origin, has been a significant part of Ronaldo’s recent career and gained notoriety with him at the World Cup. Rodriguez frequently criticized Fernando Santos, the manager of Portugal, on her Instagram page over benching her partner after the team’s disastrous showing in Qatar’s group stage.
On the other hand, Ronaldo will have to wait to make his Al-Nassr debut. The player has not yet completed the two-match FA suspension for shattering an Everton supporter’s phone last April.
To register Ronaldo, Al-Nassr will also require the sale of a foreign player and authorization from the Saudi Arabia Football Federation (SAFF).
She claimed that the captain is the best player in the world and that Santos made the wrong decision by benching him. Ronaldo had wanted to make his start on Thursday, but bad weather forced the game to be rescheduled. The game will now take place this next Friday.
But he declines to take part. The club has decided to postpone Ronaldo’s debut despite rumors that Al-Nassr will contest Ronaldo’s two-game suspension, which he received in England. As a result of severe weather affecting the stadium’s electrical,
The Saudi Pro League game between Al-Nassr and Al Ta’ee was moved from Thursday to Friday.
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