On March 24, Netflix will premiere the second season of I’m Georgina, the reality starring Georgina Rodríguez. In the new chapters, the influencers The Spanish woman with the most followers on Instagram -currently she has 47 million- will show her most bittersweet year marked by the loss of one of the twins she was expecting with Cristiano Ronaldo and the birth of Bella Esmeralda.
A season in which there will be no lack of luxury that surrounds the model, who continually shows her exclusive accessories that cost thousands of euros on networks. It has been precisely these accessories that have put her in the spotlight after her last publication on Instagram.
A few hours ago, Rodríguez showed his fans his look for a day of shooting in Saudi Arabia, where he has lived with the footballer and his six children since the beginning of the year. The Spanish woman has adapted perfectly to her new life and to the country’s strict dress code, which has adjusted it to her own style.
For this work day, Georgina wore a striking orange dress with a square neckline and short sleeves and very tight. A design that she accompanies with a matching printed scarf, in orange, blue and red tones with which the model covered her hair.
But what most caught the attention of his followers were the accessories. In the images you could see Rodríguez’s expensive accessories, including a gold Rolex, a diamond ring and earrings and the exclusive bag birkin from Hermès made of black crocodile skin with gold details, a design that costs thousands of euros.
These add-ons have generated a wave of criticism. “All day flaunting his wealth,” says one user. Another also assures that with the money that Georgina invests in purchases and accessories “she could feed a family for a whole year.”
It could feed a family for a whole year.”
For many, the model “lacks humility” and “only knows how to boast of her wealth”, some harsh comments that do not affect her, since in her Instagram stories she was oblivious to criticism and continued to show off her accessories.