Cristiano Ronaldo, Cara Delevigne Take Monaco Grand Prix By Storm, But Who Is The Real Madrid Star’s New Woman?

Now that the Spanish soccer season is over, Cristiano Ronaldo can pretty much get up to anything he wants to. And what he really wanted to do on Sunday was head to the glamorous locale of the south of France for the Monaco Grand Prix, where he was spotted galavanting with model and actress Cara Delevingne.

Only 24 hours after Cristiano Ronaldo scored an impressive hat-trick for Real Madrid, the lethal striker headed to Monaco made a rather impressive entrance as he headed on shore via boat.

Ronaldo quickly made his way to the VIP spot only a few hours before the shenanigans of the Monaco Grand Prix were due to start. While there, the stylish athlete mingled with the hotchpotch of other celebs, which included Cara Delevingne.

At this point, both Delevingne — who first rose to prominence as a model but has since developed into a rather fine actress who is making her blockbuster debut in next summer’s Suicide Squad — and Ronaldo made their way to the McLaren team garage where they posed alongside the team’s drivers Jenson Button and Fernando Alonso.

But don’t go thinking that the duo are now an item because their exploits were purely professional. Meanwhile, the Daily Mail reported that Ronaldo is actually dating Italian model and actress Alessia Tedeschi.

McLaren’s Twitter account made sure to keep their fans up to date of the duo’s efforts with Button and Ronaldo.

Delevingne, 22, made sure to take advantage of this opportunity as she soon climbed into the cockpit of the car and then posed for numerous photos.

Both Delevingne and Ronaldo stuck around for the Grand Prix, where they watched Nico Rosberg steal victory from Lewis Hamilton, who had led for virtually all of the race and ultimately finished third, after a strategic error from the Mercedes team. Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel was even able to take advantage of this costly mistake to finish second.

Meanwhile, Ronaldo was in top form for Real Madrid in their encounter against Getafe on Saturday night. Despite the fact that he only played 60 minutes of the match, Ronaldo still found time to score a first-half hat-trick.

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