Ronaldo’s sister Katia Aveiro shared a heartbreaking letter from 2005 where she reveals that Cristiano Ronaldo’s father knew he was going to become the best in the world. It is easy to notice who tight Ronaldo’s family is as a group and how very proud they are of each other’s achievements.
On Cristiano’s 36th birthday, his sisters shared very emotional messages to congratulate their brother. But it was Ronaldo’s sister Katia Aveiro who dug out a 2005 message left by their father that had everyone on the brink of shedding a few tears.
Ronaldo’s sister Katia, the eldest of his sisters shared a text she wrote back in 2005 when the Portuguese captain’s father Jose Dinis Aveiro was in the hospital. In the text, she shares her concern and heartbreak that her dad won’t see her performing live on stage. Also, she talks about the promises their father Jose made to their brother Ronaldo when he was still a youngster at Manchester United.
Unfortunately in 2005, Cristiano Ronaldo’s father passed away when the young Ronaldo was in Russia with Portugal’s national team. The star player’s dad had an addiction to alcohol and died of complications from kidney and liver failures at the age of 52.
Ronaldo’s sister Katia Aveiro Reveals Texts From 2005 And Send Ronaldo Fresh Messages
“’Today I’m sad, dad is in the hospital. The mess in my head continues, so many questions without answers […]. I know dad will be fine, he won’t fail us and Ronaldo. I’m worried he’s going to play in the European Championship. Everyone is ecstatic, dad promised he would see every game. He promised to prove all the things he says so often, that he [Ronaldo] will be the best player in the world.
If he keeps going like this he’ll be the top scorer in the Premier League. If he keeps having this great mentality he’ll shut so many people up. We believe it, dad, I know how proud you are of Ronaldo so don’t fail us, dad. We won’t give up on you or the things you so confidently preach to all corners of the world. We had nothing and we were all together, now that we have so much God wants to take you away from us. We’re not ready to say goodbye.’
Three years later you [Cristiano] were the best player in the world, you won everything a player could win that year. The ‘promise’ continued, conquest after conquest.
Today is your 36th birthday and I remembered the times we were all together with a lasting union, the love that was built on top of tears and struggles only we know. The history continues with the same people, dad over there and us here. Happy birthday, brother. May God give you plenty of health because the guy up there takes care of the rest.”
Cristiano Ronaldo celebrated his birthday by scoring a goal against Roma in Serie A on Saturday evening. Congratulations champion!