The 27-year-old Argentine admits she couldn’t afford to pay for heating or air conditioning and her slum accommodation left her freezing in winter and baking in the summer.
Georgina, who moved to the Spanish capital alone in her late teens from the Pyrenees town of Jaca and worked as a shop assistant to make ends meet, tells fans in the show about her rags-to-riches life.
She says: “My arrival in Madrid was horrible.
“I was looking at a lot of cheap flats, which cost around £250-a-month and ended up in a flat that had been a storage room.
“It was freezing cold in winter and baking hot in summer.
“My life changed the day I met Cristiano Ronaldo.”
Georgina, who started dating the Manchester United footballer while she was a £10-an-hour shop girl at a Gucci store in Madrid, revealed her difficult start in the Spanish capital as she broadcast more clips from the upcoming documentary including one of her walking past Cristiano’s fleet of sports cars and her practicing her beloved ballet.
And she hinted her transformation from a poverty-stricken teenager struggling to pay her rent to a celebrity in her own right with nearly 30 million Instagram fans was in its infancy by claiming: “This doesn’t finish here. It’s not the end, it’s only the beginning.”
She also revealed the tongue-in-check billboard posters Netflix will use to promote ‘Soy Georgina’, a six-parter that will be released on January 27 and coincide with the date of her 28th birthday.
Referring to Madrid’s famous Serrano Street where the pretty brunette worked as a shop assistant, the billboards say: “Before I sold handbags in Serrano. Now I collect them.”
In an earlier preview of the docu-series she released on Thursday, Georgina was filmed wrapping up presents for youngsters at the Spanish child protection NGO called Nuevo Futuro that she works with.
She handed out gifts to unprivileged kids at a home in Madrid before Christmas 2020 after flying to the Spanish capital in Cristiano’s £20million private jet.
Breaking down in tears as she read a thank you letter from one of the children telling her: “Georgina, you’re someone with a big heart” the pregnant mum-of-one will confess on the Netflix show: “It’s very important not to forget where I come from.
“Whenever I think of the children I always get emotional.”