Georgina Rodriguez admits Cristiano Ronaldo doesn’t cook and has a lightbulb ban

Georgina Rodriquez, the partner of Cristiano Ronaldo, has disclosed that the Manchester United superstar does not cook and has been banned from changing lightbulbs.

The model has been in a relationship with Ronaldo since 2017 and has joined him in England after he returned to Old Trafford from Juventus at the end of the summer transfer window.

She currently lives with the 36-year-old along with their four children and has revealed that she treats Ronaldo by taking on many of the house-hold duties.

The 27-year-old gave an insight into her relationship in an interview with an Italian magazine, stating that she shares cooking duties with a chef.

“Cristiano is a super dad and the best husband I could dream of,” she told Sportweek via The Sun.

“But he doesn't cook. After training all morning, he deserves to find a good plate of hot food prepared with love at the table. We have a chef and sometimes I cook.”

Rodriguez also revealed that she has banned the attacker from changing any light bulbs in their house.

That is an effort to prevent the Red Devils star from suffering any unnecessary injuries, with Rodriguez again taking responsibility for that task.

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“Changing a light bulb in our house is impossible, we have such high ceilings,” the model added.

“If you were Cristiano Ronaldo, would you change a light bulb nearly 20 foot above the ground?

“Better not. Take care of yourself and dedicate yourself to being the best at what you do. I'll take care of the rest. I make it all work out. I like to take care of my home and my family.”

Ronaldo has started his second spell with United in remarkable fashion, scoring three goals in his first two appearances since returning to Manchester.

Rodriguez clearly has a sizeable role in keeping her partner fit and firing, which United fans will hope long continues.

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