Couples Arabia turns a blind eye so that Cristiano and Georgina can live together without being married, against their laws
Georgina changes: the girl from Jaca becomes an insufferable diva
are looking for a chef
and not in Saudi Arabia.
And it is that despite the fact that the couple has moved to the Middle Eastern country after the confirmation of the
of the Portuguese striker by Al-Nassr of Arabia for at least two seasons, both
continue with their sights set on Portugal
, where they have his retirement in
that has not yet been completed, and where the athlete
is expected to move with his children
after putting an end to his professional career.
the most expensive house in the entire country,
located in Quinta da Marinha, in Cascais, just
20 kilometers from Lisbon.
It consists of 2,720 square meters and is
valued at 21 million
It is for this address that the soccer player and the businesswoman are looking for
cover all their needs, including a chef, according to what the
Correio de Manha published this Thursday.
The Portuguese soccer player offers
5,200 euros per month
to the person who develops this job, who must, however, meet
specific and exquisite requirements
that would complicate the search.
The cook in question must be
connoisseur of local and international cuisine
and know how to make everything from
bacalhau à brás
or grilled cod, Cristiano's
that consists of breaking up the fish and mixing it with potatoes, eggs and olives. .
Likewise, among the clauses included in the future chef's contract,
prevails , with which the couple wants to make sure that nothing that happens inside the house can be disclosed.
The Portuguese man's house is built on
one hectare of land
in the aforementioned urbanization and has a
garage for more than 20 vehicles,
two swimming pools, a gym, a tennis court and many rooms.
The house is expected to be ready for the summer of this year.
The news of the search for the chef coincides with the announcement of the
premiere of the second season
I am Georgina
, the Netflix reality show that narrates
the life of the Spanish influencer
in the first person and that is expected to reach the digital platform during the month of march.
"We will accompany
her from Jaca to the Latin Grammys,
we will experience the best and the worst moment of her life, and we will see how her strength lies in the support of her family and friends," the Netflix statement reads.
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