Cristiano Ronaldo and Georgina Rodriguez have helped fund the cancer treatment of seven-year-old Tomas in another display of their charitable nature.
The former Manchester United and Real Madrid forward, who remains one of the best players on the planet despite turning 36, has always been keen to donate to those less fortunate.
Both Cristiano and Georgina, who gave birth to their daughter Alana and is helping raise his other three children, have now paid for young Tomas to further his treatment in Barcelona.
Georgina’s sister Ivana has appeared to name the couple as the anonymous donator after the For Tomas' Dreams foundation mentioned that their funding target had been met.
Ivana wrote on Instagram: "Thank you Georgina and Cristiano for your help, solidarity and great heart.
"Infinite thanks for helping us so that Tomas can access treatment."
After For Tomas' Dreams wrote: “This weekend brought news full of encouragement and hope.
“After many efforts were made by several people of great humanity, to whom we are very grateful (they know who they are), our Tomas left for Barcelona and we are already on our way!
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“Thus, our warrior will start this week a series of consultations and tests to carry out the treatments at the Vall D'hebron hospital. Strongest hug. We are together!”
Ronaldo, who is also an ambassador for Save the Children, Unicef and World Vision, teamed up with agent Jorge Mendes to donate £1million to those impacted by the pandemic last year.
Back in 2017, Ronaldo auctioned off his 2013 Ballon d’Or trophy to raise more than half a million pounds for the Make-A-Wish foundation, which grants special moments to children with terminal illness.
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