While CR7 took Georgina to Maldives, this was Messis' luxury date in Miami

The Argentine idol tried to emulate the Portuguese superstar with a romantic luxury date with her wife

By Mario Perez

Lionel Messi and Antonella Roccuzzo tried to emulate Cristiano Ronaldo and Georgina Rodriguez.
Lionel Messi and Antonella Roccuzzo tried to emulate Cristiano Ronaldo and Georgina Rodriguez.
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Inter Miami striker Lionel Messi went under the spotlight in the last few hours after completing a luxury romantic date with his wife Antonella Rocuzzo in Miami, where the Argentine icon would have tried to emulate the latest trip made by Cristiano Ronaldo and Georgina Rodriguez to Maldives.

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In this sense, it would be worth remembering that the Portuguese superstar surprised her Madrilean wife with an expensive improvised trip to Maldives to celebrate her birthday in early February, where Georgina spent some wonderful days and posted pictures of herself completing her luxury journey in the Asian country.

The pictures of the Madrilean WAG went immediately to the headlines of the British media, where the fans could watch how the model and celebrity showed off her summer activities in a top class hotel in Maldives.

The pictures of Georgina in bathsuit wouldn’t have been unnoticed by the Messis who would have taken note and would have prepare their own romantic date after Inter Miami’s game against Newell’s Old Boys, as Messi would have prepared a luxury night out in the Florida-based city revealed by Antonella in her personal Instagram account.

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Antonella showed off the date on her Instagram account

The Argentine model posted several pictures of herself and Lionel Messi spending the night in Miami, where she appears with a similar black dress to the one showed off by Georgina, while Messi wears a black suit with a white t-shirt and white tennis shoes, showing off a Patek Philippe Nautilus watch valued in more than $900,000.

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