Cristiano Ronaldo’s long family holiday in Mallorca this summer was quite eventful and it has been revealed that his yacht was inspected by Balearic tax officials during his stay.
And, apart from apparently annoying the neighbours to the luxury estate he rented with load late night parties, there was also a car accident.
His Bugatti super-car, which he had shipped to Mallorca, was involved in a traffic incident but the Manchester United player was not involved. The driver, allegedly lost control of the vehicle, which went off the road near Bunyola. The occupants of the vehicle escaped unhurt although there was some damage to the vehicle, according to eye-witnesses.
And, Ronaldo has recently revealed in his explosive interview with Piers Morgan that the reason he was late for pre-season training with Manchester United was because his daughter Bella had fallen ill while on holiday in Mallorca.
He told Piers Morgan when asked why he was a week late for pre-season: “I had a very bad pre-season. I had some problems on vacation, where one of my children had broncitus. I was in Mallorca and she (Bella) had to spend one week in hospital.
“People made up stories that I wanted to go and travel. People need to realise that I am a human being and want to be with my family. I am a human being and travelled through difficult moments. “I spoke with the director and president of United and they kind of didn’t believe that something was going wrong. I am never going to swap my…
, To read the original article from news.google.com, click here
Irish golfing legend Rory McIlroy is currently taking part in The Masters alongside the worlds top golf professionals.
The Northern Irish pro, hailing from Holywood in County Down – hometown of the famous Fifty Shades of Grey star Jamie Dornan – has led a stellar career in the sport since he turned professional in 2007 when he turned 18.
Rory first picked up a golf club and started putting when he was a young child, showing a natural aptitude for the sport, and a became a member of Holywood Golf Club at age seven, before going on to win the 1998 Doral Junior Under-10 World Championship when he was 9-years-old.
Read more: See inside Rory McIlroy’s $10 million Florida mansion he shares with wife Erica Stoll and baby Poppy
Happily married to American socialite Erica Stoll, the couple welcomed their daughter Poppy Kennedy McIlroy in 2020.
While he was connected to his now wife in 2012 through his career, he has also made a well deserved fortune from the game.
He has spent more than 100 weeks as the number-one ranked professional golfer in the world, so his substantial earning power is no surprise.
The Sunday Times Rich List reported in May 2020 that McIlroy has earned himself an astonishing net worth of $220m, or about €200m.
Some of this extravagant net worth can be traced back to individual wins, with Rory nabbing about €38m in prize money from his 14 victories on the PGA European Tour alone.
He also has a number of windfalls from one-off appearances and lucrative endorsement deals with likes Nike and Omega watches.
Read more: Inside Rory McIlroy’s family life with wife Erica and daughter Poppy
Read more: Inside Ryder Cup star Rory McIlroy’s former Irish luxury mansion that sold for €3.5 million
He became the youngest player ever to reach €10 million in career earnings on the European Tour in 2011 at the age of 22.
Like many of the mega rich, Rory has put his funds into elevated lifestyle choices, like his Bombardier Challenger 605 private jet which set him back $30 million, to jet to his various global career commitments in style.
He owns a $10 million Florida mansion where he and his family are based. The huge home expands over 12,800 square feet and boasts seven bedrooms and stunning exterior gardens including a pool.
The golfing star used to own Robinhall House in Moneyreagh, Co Down, which boasts its own private golf course and a lake.
He sold up in 2021 after acquiring the property in 2013.
He is also fond of a great supercar, reportedly owing a Ferrari F12, worth over a quarter of a million euro.
He previously rubbished reports that he owns a £1.3million Bugatti Veyron.
The golfer has utilised his wealth to give back, and in 2013 established the Rory Foundation to help vulnerable and underprivileged children to have better lives.
Read more: Derry Girls creator Lisa McGee confirms Nicola Coughlan is part of the whole of season three
Read more: Virgin Media presenter Ciara Doherty turns 40 in style ahead of family weekend with husband and kids
Get the latest RSVP headlines straight to your inbox for free by signing up to our newsletter