Cristiano Ronaldo to be the dad of twin boys conceived through surrogacy

According to The Sun, Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo, 32, is going to be the dad as unknown surrogate mother from the US is expecting soon. The world’s best forward became father for the first time in 2011 when a surrogate from San Diego gave birth to his son Cristiano Jr. The American’s name, said to have been received $ 10.000.000 compensation for her efforts, remained unknown.

Cristiano Ronaldo is not married and takes care of his 6 years old son on his own, assisted by his mother Dolores, who will be there to lend a helping hand with the twins like she has been with little Cristiano. Ronaldo started his second surrogacy program as he felt the time is right for his boy to have brothers to grow up with, an anonymous source in his inner circle said. Surrogacy programs for single intended fathers are absolutely legal in the USA. Most of the birth certificates with no mother’s name are issued in California.

Russia is the second country in the world where single men could legally become fathers through surrogacy. A court decision would be needed to get a Russian birth certificate to the intended father’s name only. Though the court procedure takes longer than in the US, the “army” of single men who became fathers through surrogacy in Russia is growing fast.

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Source The Sun