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Ronaldo’s partner Georgina fumes over cucumbers in Netflix documentary teaser



GEORGINA RODRIGUEZ got angry right on cue-cumber in her new Netflix documentary..

Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo’s partner uploaded a teaser on Instagram and it shows a different side to her personality than the public are used to seeing.

Rodriguez, 27, has been doing plenty to promote her forthcoming Netflix show I Am Georgina.

It will launch on her birthday this month.

And in the latest clip shared on her Instagram, she is seen moaning about a four euro cucumber.

Footage shows the model having slices of the vegetable applied to her eyes as part of a beauty treatment before a shoot.

And rather than dispose of them after, she proceeds to eat them.

Explaining the bizarre move, she fumed: “Four euros, the joke of the cucumber.”

“The most expensive cucumber of my life! What did I do?”

“Well, not only did I use it on my eyes, but then I ate the one that was left over.”

The post got more than 14,000 likes.

Ronaldo and Georgina recently jetted to Madrid for a romantic meal and night at a luxury hotel as questions swirl about his Man Utd future.

The loved-up couple reportedly flew to the Spanish capital, where CR7 owns a £4.8million villa, after he was ruled out of the FA Cup match against Aston Villa because of a hip injury.

The pair, due to add to their family again soon with a twin boy and girl, are thought to have used Ronaldo’s £20m jet to leave the UK.

And they are said to have dined on Monday night at Amos Restaurant whose executive chef Jesus Sanchez is a holder of three Michelin stars.

The upmarket eaterie is one of two restaurants at Rosewood Villa Magna Hotel in Madrid’s famous Paseo de la Castellana which cuts across the city from south to north.

The hotel is a favourite of Ronaldo’s from his time at Real Madrid before he moved to Juventus and then United on a two-year deal at the start of this season.

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