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Cristiano Ronaldo’s £1.7million Bugatti Veyron crashes into a wall in Majorca ‘while driven by one of the footballer’s staff’

Cristiano Ronaldo’s £1.7million Bugatti Veyron crashes into a wall in Majorca ‘while driven by one of the footballer’s staff’

 

One of Cristiano Ronaldo’s two expensive automobiles that he had delivered to Majorca for his family’s summer vacation was involved in an accident.

The £1.7 million 900 horsepower Bugatti Veyron owned by the Manchester United striker is believed to have crashed in the east coast town of Sa Coma.

The vehicle was allegedly driven by a footballer’s staffer rather than Cristiano himself at the time.

This morning, at 11 a.m., an accident occurred.

The event is being investigated by police, but no further information has been released.
The driver was uninjured, but Cristiano’s costly car’s front end was damaged.

On June 14, Cristiano and his five children, as well as his girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez, flew to Majorca.

They’re renting a luxurious villa in the Tramuntana Mountains and spending their days aboard Cristiano’s mega boat.

Cristiano and Georgina are spending their first vacation with their daughter Esmeralda, whose twin brother died in delivery in mid-April.

They are scheduled to stay for another three or four days at the residence.

His Bugatti isn’t the only thing he owns. Cristiano also sent them a Mercedes-Benz G-Class for their vacation in the sun.
They are staying in a villa with a gym, a pool surrounded by palm trees, multiple jacuzzis, a beach volleyball court, and a mini-football pitch.

It even has its own chapel and a suspected ‘erotic chamber’ beneath it and is the same house that Sergio Ramos, Manchester United’s former teammate, used on a prior vacation with his wife Pilar Rubio and their children.

Last summer, the sportsman and his family chose Majorca for their vacation before the striker confirmed his return to Old Trafford.

They slept at a historic oceanfront home on the island that cost £10,000 per night and was constructed to defend the island’s shore against British invasions.

After Cristiano shared images of him relaxing with Georgina at the beginning of July last year, the property was identified as Manresa Castle – Castell de Manresa in Catalan Spanish.

The magnificent seven-bedroom mansion where he slept was erected in 1715 to fend against the British, who dominated the island of Menorca at the time.
This is the first time the couple has taken a break since Esmeralda’s twin brother died tragically on April 18.

Last October, they announced they were expecting twins, with Argentinian-born Georgina revealing she was carrying a boy and a girl in a touching video with their four-year-old daughter Alana Martina and Cristiano’s three children, five-year-old twins Eva and Mateo, and Cristiano Jr., who is 11 years old.

‘It is with our profound grief that we have to report that our newborn boy has died away,’ Cristiano stated in a heartbreaking statement following the loss of their kid. It is the most excruciating anguish that any parent can experience.

‘Only our baby girl’s arrival gives us the power to live this time with optimism and joy.’

‘We want to express our gratitude to the physicians and nurses for their exceptional care and assistance.

‘We are all crushed by this loss, and we respectfully want privacy at this terrible time.’

‘You are our angel, our beautiful child. ‘You will always be loved by us.’

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