Georgina Rodríguez is not limited to acting as a mental pillar on which Cristiano Ronaldo leans when things are not going too well for him on the football field, as happened yesterday Thursday with the painful defeat suffered by his team, Al-Nassr, to fall eliminated from the Saudi Super Cup. For several years now, the Spanish model has shown that she has become a star in her own right and her successful reality show ‘Soy Georgina’ has contributed to this, among other things.
So much so, that fans of the mannequin have been asking for months about the premiere of the second season of the program, as well as putting pressure on Netflix to reveal dates and content as soon as possible. Finally, the streaming platform has released new promotional material about the second batch of episodes, which will hit the small screen next March. The specific day on which we will be able to see Jaca’s in action has not yet been revealed, but at least his followers seem to have been fully satisfied with the new trailer and, above all, with the brand new cover of the new poster.
The image portrays the catwalk star acting as a referee, looking defiantly at the camera while putting a luxurious whistle to her lips, blinding with the brilliance of its diamonds. Georgina shows us a red card, but not just any card but a credit card, an indisputable symbol of the luxury that surrounds her. Instead of expelling us from the field, the ball star’s girlfriend invites us, in her own way, to enter her particular field of play. “Let’s go for the double! Season 2 of ‘I’m Georgina’ arrives in March 2023,” Netflix and Georgina have jointly posted on Instagram.
The next few chapters are expected to delve into the dramatic end of Cristiano’s second spell at Manchester United, Portugal’s World Cup disappointment and, above all, the media landing of the two lovers in Saudi Arabia, a country that has welcomed them with the open arms and, in the case of Georgina, provided endless social events in which the former dancer shines as usual thanks to her natural photogenicity and daring outfits.