Cristiano Ronaldo reveals the royal family’s act of kindness following death of newborn son

Andrea Caamano

Cristiano Ronaldo It has been revealed that the royal family sent him a letter of condolence following the death of his newborn son in April.

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The football player spoke in particular Piers Morgan This week, the tragic death opens up for the first time.

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Revealing how overwhelmed he was by the outpouring of support he received after announcing the tragic death, he said: “I never expected that, never. I have the opportunity now, to the whole English community, to say thank you very much.”

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He added: “I received a letter the queen‘s family too, which surprised me greatly.

Cristiano spoke for the first time about the death of his newborn son

“Giving their condolences?” When asked about Piers, Cristiano replied: “Yes, unbelievable. This is why I say, I have a lot of respect for the English community, the English people, because they were really kind to me at that difficult moment in my life, it was spectacular, it was difficult. The way they treated me, my family at the time.”

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Cristiano further spoke about the tragic death of his son Angel, revealing it was “probably the worst moment I’ve had in my life since my father died”.

“When you have a child, you expect everything to be normal and when you have a problem, it’s difficult.

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“Me and Gio (Georgina) had a tough time. It was very difficult to understand what was going on during that period of my life.

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“Football didn’t stop, we had a lot of matches. It was probably the most difficult moment of my life.” The 37-year-old added that Angel’s ashes are kept in a chapel at the home of his father, who died of liver failure in 2005.

“I talk to them all the time and they are by my side,” he added.

“You know they help me be a better man, a better person, a better father. And that makes me really proud…the message they send me, especially my son.”

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