Hope Solo announces she’s pregnant with twins… months after revealing she endured a miscarriage last year: ‘A miniature soccer team is on the way’
Out of tragedy comes the gift of life.
Hope Solo shared the exciting news that she and her husband, former NFL player, Jerramy Stevens are expecting twins when she co-hosted the beIn SPORTS Weekend Winners show.
The announcement comes just months after the two-time Olympic gold medalist with US women’s national soccer team opened up about enduring a miscarriage last year.
Congrats! Soccer legend Hope Solo revealed she’s pregnant with twins months, just months after she shared about enduring a miscarriage last year
Tuns out the couple will have a gender-balanced delivery.
‘Yes, my husband and I get to practice equality from the very beginning, with one boy and one girl,’ the 38-year-old said while holding onto her baby bump.
‘A miniature soccer team is on the way.’
Beforehand, Solo took to Instagram to tease her baby news.
‘Don’t miss an announcement fit for a family,’ she wrote across a picture of herself standing alongside host George D. Metellus.
Surprise news: The two-time Olympic gold medalist goalkeeper, 38, made the big baby bump reveal when she co-hosted the beIn SPORTS Weekend Winners show
Hook them in: Solo took to Instagram before her co-host appearance to tease her baby news
Back in June, during an interview with Elle, Solo disclosed that she had gotten pregnant after a long period of trying, and that it ended in a miscarriage.
In fact, a week had passed before Solo found out she’d been pregnant with twins.
‘The doctor said I was hours from dying,’ she confessed.
‘They ended up having to remove my Fallopian tube.’
Solo also shared that she and her husband had been trying to get pregnant for quite some time.
The couple have been married for just over seven years.
Expecting! Hope and husband, former NFL player, Jerramy Stevens have been married for more than seven years
Legend: Solo was the goalkeeper for the US women’s national soccer team from 2000 to 2016; she helped Team USA win Olympic Gold in 2008 and 2012; she’s pictured in 2015