Former United States National Women’s Team goalkeeper and two-time Olympic gold medalist Solo announced the birth of her twins – named Vittorio Genghis Stevens and Lozen Orianna Judith Stevens – by posting an image on social media.
“What did we do during our quarantine time? Well, as you can see, we have been incredibly busy, “she said in a video posted to the sports brand Uninterrupted’s Instagram account.
The football star said the twins – the couple’s first children – were born on March 4, born “in the middle of a pandemic,” adding that the experience had been “incredibly stressful times for us.”
The athlete added that the babies must have stayed in a neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) and took the opportunity to thank health care professionals for fighting the coronavirus pandemic.
Solo, the first goalkeeper to make 100 clean sheets in international football, announced that she and her husband, a former NFL player, were expecting twins in December.