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Gender of Ronaldo's unborn baby 'REVEALED'

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The gender of Cristiano Ronaldo's unborn baby has been accidentally revealed.

Girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez 's dance teachers inadvertently blurted out the secret in a social media post.

The pregnant 23-year-old posted a video of herself dancing on Instagram.

Georgina captioned the clip: "Dancing makes your heart happy. Thanks to my teachers Basi and Deisy for giving me my first salsa lessons. I’m happy."

The teachers were quick to respond, but managed to accidentally tell the world whether the couple is having a boy or a girl.

They commented: "A pleasure giving you salsa lessons. We’re very happy at how you did things in your first class. The little girl you’re carrying inside you is going to be a great dancer. Basi and Deisy."

The post has since been deleted.

Mirror Online has contacted the Real Madrid star's representatives for comment.

The footballer became a father for the second time this summer, welcoming twins into the world with a surrogate.

The couple announced they were expecting a child in July, just weeks after his twins were born.

He confirmed the happy news to newspaper El Mundo.

He was asked if he was “happy” to have another child on the way, he replied: “Yes, very much.”

Dad-of-three Ronaldo, 32, also said his newborn babies are “precious” and that he has a lot to learn when it comes to changing their nappies.

"I do not get on very well, but I try," he laughed when questioned about his diaper-changing skills.

Twins Eva Maria and Mateo were born on June 8.

There was speculation over their birth as Ronaldo had not mentioned who their mother was, and it was rumoured that he'd used a surrogate mum to carry the twins as he did for his firstborn, Cristiano Jr.

Those rumours were later confirmed when documents relating to their birth were unearthed in Caifornia.

Cristiano and Georgina first met in the summer of 2016 at a Gucci store in Madrid, where they struck up conversation and exchanged contact details.

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