Cristiano Ronaldo, Georgina Rodriguez and his mum eat out at Italian chain restaurant after stunning Man Utd return

CRISTIANO RONALDO enjoyed a reasonably priced meal out with his proud mum Dolores Aveiro on Sunday evening before she returned home.

Dolores travelled to the UK to watch her son, 36, make his Manchester United comeback on Saturday afternoon against Newcastle.





Ronaldo's beloved mum capped off her trip to England by visiting Piccolino in Hale, Manchester to enjoy a delicious meal.

The Italian restaurant is an affordably priced chain, with a Margherita pizza costing just £11.25 and set menus priced from £32.25 per person.

And pizza is Ronaldo's guilty pleasure, revealing in 2019: "The key is to take care of your body, train, do your recovery and eat properly.

"Although sometimes I do eat pizza with my son otherwise it would be boring."

Delores, wearing a stylish Louis Vuitton outfit, posed for a picture with her son and shared it to her 2.3million followers on Instagram.

She wrote: "Good trip, good week to all, kisses!"

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Dolores rarely watches Ronaldo play in big games because she gets anxious in the stands and has fainted twice as a result.

But she wasn't going to miss his Man Utd return for the world and flew to the UK on Friday to watch him score twice against the Magpies.

And Dolores was spotted in tears at Old Trafford as she witnessed and celebrated his remarkable Old Trafford comeback.

She also got the chance to spend some time with her grandchildren, posting two pics of her with Cristiano Jr, 11.

Cristiano Sr revealed how important Dolores is to his success in an interview with Daily Mail columnist Piers Morgan earlier this month.

Good trip, good week to all, kisses!

Ronaldo said: "My mum is the pillar of the family, and what I have today is because she always supported me.

"She worked hard to give her best for her children and especially for me because I'm the youngest in the family.

"She suffered to give me opportunity. I remember when I was 12 and I told her I wanted to go to Lisbon to play with Sporting Lisbon's youth team.

"She said to me, 'Son, if it's really what you want, I'm not going to cut your legs and stop you. You can go. It will be difficult for me to leave you but go. Follow your dreams.'"



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