Irina Shayk fuels speculation of rift with beau Ronaldo's mother

   Mar 6, 3:28 pm

London, Mar 6 (ANI): Cristiano Ronaldo's girlfriend Irina Shayk sparked speculation that she doesn't get on with his mother Dolores Aveiro as the two women sat far apart during a football game.

They had turned out to support the Portuguese sportsman as he played for his Real Madrid team against Espanyol in Madrid on Sunday.

But it appears there are some problems between the pair as they chose to spend the day separately on seats far away from each other.

Shayk showed off her parenting skills as she took care of Ronaldo's son Cristiano Jnr throughout the game, the Daily Mail reported.

His mother Dolores Aveiro also doted on the youngster, but sat seven seats away from the model, looking glum as she watched on at the football playing field.

The toddler took it in turns to run between the ladies as Ronaldo concentrated on his footballing skills.

Shayk and Aveiro have previously been seen sharing each other's company during other football games they've attended on seats next to each other, but this time things looked different. (ANI)

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