At first, the couple were staying in a Four Seasons hotel alongside other family and Ronaldo's entourage, racking up a £250,000 as monthly bill.
They are now believed to have relocated to an exclusive compound but there was initial concern as in Saudi Arabia, it is illegal to live in the same house without being married and the two are yet to tie the knot.
However, they have been a special reprieve because of their high-profile status. But Rodriguez has caused a stir for another law which prohibits over-exposed or semi-nude images being posted.
The former Gucci shop assistant had previously refrained from doing so but showed off her figure in a series of Amazing clad swimwear photos around a swimming pool.
Rodriguez could be seen wearing a pale blue bikini and shared a caption alongside the the photos. The 29-year-old also posed taking a sip of her drink while sitting in the shade out of the sun.
The post amassed over 1.2million likes in less than two hours as she shared it with her followers.
The design of the swimsuit provided the necessary comfort to enjoy on the beach or in the pool without worrying about wardrobe malfunctions. Georgina has always been a fashion icon and trendsetter, and this time is no exception. The blue color of her bikini is set to be one of the hottest colors of the summer, and we have already seen it on other celebrities.
Georgina Rodríguez and Cristiano Ronaldo's relationship is stronger than ever, despite recent rumors of trouble in paradise.
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