The truth behind Cristiano Ronaldo's twins unconventional, motherless family has been revealed. A few weeks ago,he welcomed twins Mateo, and daughter, Eva via a surrogate mother. Now,reports revealed some details into their birth.
The twins were conceived in a laboratory and born to a surrogate mother in California, as it is illegal in Portugal .
This was ascertained from the publicly accessible case file in the Superior Court of California, San Diego.
The surrogate’s name has been left blank on both birth certificates. However, Cristiano Ronaldo dos Santos Aveiro is named as the father.
The birth certificates show that the twins were delivered by a local obstetrician, Dr Maria Castillo, 59.In California, an agency can be paid about £125,000 to supply twins — with £35,000 going to the birth mother.
Ronaldo could have chosen an egg donor (who normally receives a £6,000 fee) from hundreds of women whose photos and biographical details are advertised on agency websites.
In California, a second woman is almost always hired as the surrogate who actually carries the baby, mainly because it lessens the risk that they will form an emotional attachment.