Cristiano Ronaldo's family have arrived in Manchester ahead of his second stint with United.
His stunning WAG partner Georgina Rodriguez posted pictures showing her and the player's three children boarding a private jet.
In another she was seen clutching a chocolate bar containing the club's crest alongside a heart emoji.
Ronaldo, 36, has four children, Alana, three; four-year-old twins Eva and Mateo and eldest son Cristiano Jr, 7.
Georgina is mum to Alana, but the couple co-parent all four of his children.
They are expected to move into a rented property in Manchester until the player finds a permanent home.
Ronaldo has re-signed for Manchester United 12 years after departing to join Real Madrid, snubbing interest from neighbours Manchester City to pen a two-year deal with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side.
Ronaldo is due to now link up with his family having been released from the Portugal squad from their friendly in Qatar on Saturday.
The Portugal captain is set to make his second Red Devils debut after this week's international break, with Newcastle to come at Old Trafford on Saturday 11 September.
And ahead of his eagerly-awaited return against the Magpies, Rodriguez has arrived in Manchester along with her and Ronaldo's four kids.
Given she only started dating CR7 in 2016, the English city will be new territory for Georgina, who posted a series of photos on Instagram of her journey by private jet.
The 27-year-old was all smiles while making her way to the UK and even showed off a special Cadbury chocolate bar reading "Welcome to Manchester United" before setting off.
Ronaldo became the all-time leading international goalscorer in men's football on Wednesday, surpassing Ali Daei's long-standing record of 109 goals for Iran by heading home an 89th-minute equaliser against Ireland.
However, after netting that dramatic late winner Ronaldo earned himself a suspension by removing his shirt to celebrate, with the subsequent yellow card handing him a one-match ban.
"I forgot. It's the emotion of the game," he said after the victory.
"Maybe the coach will give me a hard time, but it doesn't matter. The important thing was to help the team. I'm sorry, but the emotions speak louder."