Hope Solo announces the arrival of twins Vittorio and Lozen and thanks the medical staff who took care of them
It’s a boy … and it’s a girl!
Former goalkeeper Hope Solo of Team USA announced Thursday via social media that she and her husband Jerramy Stevens have welcomed their twins.
She shared an adorable photo of the newborns along with their birth date, March 4, and their names: Vittorio Genghis Stevens and Lozen Orianna Judith Stevens.
38-year-old football star and former football professional Jerramy, 40, had revealed in December that they were expecting a double bundle of joy.
Former goalkeeper Hope Solo of Team USA announced on social media on Thursday that she has delivered twins – son Vittorio and daughter Lozen
The 38-year-old football star and her husband, former football professional Jerramy Stevens, 40, had revealed in December that they expected a double bundle of joy
In an accompanying video posted to the @Uniterrupted Instagram account, Hope explained that the babies initially needed a stay in the hospital’s neonatal intensive care unit or NICU, and that delivery during the coronavirus pandemic had made it a very stressful experience.
In the clip, the athlete is seen with a sleeping baby in each arm and she started, “What did we do during our time in quarantine? As you can see, we have been incredibly busy. ‘
She continued, “Meet Vittorio and Lozen Stevens, both born in the midst of a pandemic on March 4. These were incredibly stressful times for us. ”
In an accompanying video, Hope explained that the babies needed a stay in the hospital’s neonatal intensive care unit and that delivery during the COVID-19 pandemic was very stressful
Hope said the arrival of the babies meant that she and Jerramy should be “more public than we wanted,” as the coronavirus crisis continues
The two-time Olympic gold medalist then expressed her gratitude for the frontline health workers who helped them through the challenging time
Hope said the arrival of the babies meant that she and Jerramy “had to be more public than we wanted,” as the COVID-19 crisis continues.
The two-time Olympic gold medalist, who lives in Greensboro, North Carolina, then expressed her gratitude for the frontline health workers who helped them through the challenging time.
“We would like to thank all the incredible nurses and doctors who helped care for our babies during our time at NICU,” she said. “We also want to thank all the health workers who fought on the front lines day in and day out to fight this pandemic.”
“From the Stevens family and the new additions to the Stevens family, we want to wish everyone health, happiness and safety.”
Hope was a member of the United States women’s national soccer team from 2000 to 2016. She won gold at the 2008 and 2012 Summer Olympics (pictured with her medal at the London Games)
Hope was also part of the triumphant team that took home the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup after defeating Japan 5-2. She has seen the trophy after winning in Vancouver, Canada
Hope was a member of the United States women’s national soccer team from 2000 to 2016.
She won gold at the 2008 and 2012 Summer Olympics and was part of the triumphant team that won the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup after beating Japan 5-2.
She and Jerramy were married on November 13, 202, about two months after dating.
In June last year, she revealed during an interview with Elle magazine that she had miscarried in 2018.
She didn’t know she was pregnant and later learned she was carrying twins, including an ectopic pregnancy.
“The doctor said I was dead for hours,” Hope told Elle. “They had to remove my fallopian tube in the end.”
She then became pregnant again late last year after IVF treatment.
Hope and Jerramy were married on November 13, 202, about two months after dating. In June of last year, during an interview with Elle magazine, she revealed that she had miscarried in 2018