Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo has become a father to twins with a surrogate mother, Portuguese media reported Saturday.

Reports said the babies – a girl and boy named Eva and Mateo were born on Thursday to a woman living on the US West Coast.

The captain of Portugal’s victorious Euro 2016 team had his first son Cristiano Junior in June 2010, also reportedly with a surrogate mother.

“Mateo and Eva, those are the names of Cristiano Ronaldo’s twins,” the channel claimed. “The boy and girl were born to a surrogate mum. It’s a secret that Cristiano Ronaldo hasn’t yet revealed to the rest of the world.”

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There are no pictures to back the claim and the location of the babies Eva and Mateo is unknown. There has been no official confirmation from the football legend as well.

A UK newspaper had reported that the Portugal captain is due to become a father of twins back in March. Currently dating Spanish model Georgina Rodriguez, Ronaldo had shocked the world back in 2010 when he announced that he had become a father. He had named his child, who is now six-years-old, after himself. Ronaldo junior was also reportedly from a surrogate mother.

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Ronaldo had a spectacular season, both at La Liga and Champions League, winning both titles in a span of one week. He proved crucial, scoring when his team needed him the most.