Georgina and the Al-Nassr star who have been together since 2016 have two children together and an additional three born via surrogate.
The couple, although not legally married, were excused from a Saudi law that prevents unmarried couples from cohabiting in the Kingdom. This was after Ronaldo made the £175 million-move to Al-Nasr, a Saudi Pro League team back in January of this year.
Despite not being legally married, reports by TV Guai indicate that the couple have an extensive agreement detailing how Rodrigues would receive financial support in the event of a breakup.
The agreement is reported to hand ownership of the family's home in Madrid - La Finca - to the 29 year old model and guarantee her an eye watering £85,900 (€100,000) stipend every month for the rest of her life.
Back in may, the pair were rumoured to have split but Ronaldo’s mother Dolores made a public statement disputing the claims as “lies”. “Every couple argues, but what's been written is a lie”, she said at the time referring to speculations in the media that the two had split due to Georgina’s rampant spending in Riyadh.
Ronaldo’s debut in the Saudi league has been less than impressive as the striker failed to make it into his league's Opta team of the season, despite scoring 14 times and making two further assists in his 16 appearances.
Nonetheless, the five time Ballon d’Or winner is still recognised as the best and highest paid athlete in the world with estimated annual earnings of over £100 million.