CRISTIANO RONALDO did not appear to show any symptoms of coronavirus as he posed for a topless snap by his luxury indoor pool.

The 35-year-old's mother has confirmed he is 'doing well' after he tested positive on Tuesday while on international duty.

Ronald left Portugal in an air ambulance on Wednesday to continue his self-isolation at his Turin home.

Italy's sport minister claimed the former Real Madrid breached coronavirus protocols.

But Ronaldo was all smiles as he posed for a picture next to his incredible indoor pool.

Despite having coronavirus, the ripped Portuguese star looked a picture of health.

Alongside the image, he wrote: "Don't let what you can't do get in the way of what you can do."

His mother, Maria Dolores, has given fans an update on his condition.

She told Portuguese source Correio da Manha: "He's doing well, thank God.

"Unfortunately I can't be with him but I'm supporting him from a distance."

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Dolores confirmed he is in the same house as his stunning wife Georgina and their four children.

But the incredible mansion is big enough for him to self-isolate without coming into contact with them.

Georgina and the children tested negative for Covid-19.

Ronaldo's mother continued: "He's in the same house with Georgina and the kids, but in separate spaces and taking great care.

"Georgina and the children were tested recently and they showed they didn't have coronavirus but they're going to test again."

Dolores, who suffered a stroke in March, also shared a screenshot of her video call with Ronaldo.

Alongside it, she wrote: "Family… my life."

Ronaldo's sister Katia appeared to rubbish his positive coronavirus test in a bizarre rant.

Part of her message on Instagram read: "If Cristiano Ronaldo has to wake the world up, I have to say he really is a prophet from God. Thank you.

"I think thousands of people will believe in the pandemic, in the tests and in the measures that have been taken, just like me."

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