US Women’s Soccer star Alex Morgan and her husband Servando Carrasco have been photographed out in Los Angeles with their daughter, just days after celebrating Christmas at home with the little girl.
The West Coast sighting comes just days after it was announced that Alex would be leaving the Women’s Super League in the UK and returning to the US after playing just five matches for Tottenham.
Spotted! US Women’s Soccer star Alex Morgan and her husband Servando Carrasco were photographed out in Los Angeles with their daughter on Monday
Family time: The 31-year-old Women’s World Cup winner went for a donut and coffee run on a rainy Monday morning in LA, bringing along her hubby and seven-month old baby, Charlie
Cozy: Alex was dressed in athletic attire while Charlie wore adorable footie pajamas
Stint over: On Monday, Alex and the Tottenham Spurs announced that she was leaving the team and returning to the US
Alex was photographed dressed down in athletic attire on Monday, topping blue leggings with a hoodie and blue puffer jacket, and finishing off with white athletic socks and sneakers.
She and her husband, fellow soccer player Servando, were seen loading up a car with several bags.
Alex also held onto her little girl, who was adorably dressed in pink footie pajamas.
On the outing, Alex also ran into Randy’s Donuts in Inglewood for some treats and Two Guns Espresso for some coffee.
The family is back together in the US after Alex spent some time in the UK playing for Tottenham in the Women’s Super League.
She had joined Tottenham from Orlando Pride in September of this year in a bid to regain fitness after the birth of her daughter in May.
But a lack of match fitness and a small injury setback delayed her return to the pitch, and she was only featured five times in English football, scoring twice in the Women’s Super League.
Multinational baby! Alex had joined the Spurs in September, bringing along her little girl
Speaking on her brief stint in north London, Morgan said: ‘I will be forever grateful to the club, my team-mates and Spurs supporters for taking such good care of me and my family’
The whole trio is back together stateside and celebrated Christmas together last week
On Monday, as Alex and her family were pictured in LA, the Tottenham Spurs announced that she is heading home to the US following the conclusion of the first half of the Women’s Super League.
The star is expected to re-join Orlando after they retained her rights to play in the National Women’s Soccer League.
Speaking on her brief stint in north London, Morgan said: ‘I will be forever grateful to the club, my team-mates and Spurs supporters for taking such good care of me and my family.
‘From the moment I arrived in London, I realized I was part of a first-class organisation, one that helped provide me the opportunity to immerse myself back into the game I love.
‘Thank you to everyone who helped make this chapter in my soccer journey so special… COYS.’
Seeing the city! Alex, Servando, and Charlie are pictured out for a walk in London
Alex gushed that she is ‘absolutely loving’ motherhood, and has ‘never been so excited to come home from training or from work every single day and just hang out with her’
‘It’s been just a completely new chapter in my life, and I’m learning along the way how to be the best mom possible for her,’ she said
Being back stateside will likely be easier on Alex and her husband — who plays for Fort Lauderdale CF in Florida — as they parent their daughter.
Charlie Elena Carrasco was born on May 7 at 11:30 a.m.. weighing 8 pounds, 5 ounces.
‘She made us wait longer than expected, but I should have known she would do it her way and her way only. My super moon baby,’ Alex wrote on Instagram at the time.
She has continued to share updates as Charlie has grown and experienced firsts, including her first passport stamp as she joined mom in England in September.
Charlie also came along for Alex’s official tour of Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, and posed with mom on the field at The Hive Stadium on November 7.
‘She’s pretty cool, I think I’ll keep her,’ Alex joked earlier this month as she took Charlie out for a walk in London.
On Christmas, Alex shared a sweet family photo of Charlie, Servando, and herself in front of a Christmas tree.
Much easier: Alex and Servando will both be playing in Florida now, which should be easier with a baby
Charlie Elena Carrasco was born on May 7 at 11:30 a.m.. weighing 8 pounds, 5 ounces
Surprise! Alex had made headlines with her pregnancy, conceiving while celebrating her World Cup win
Alex had made headlines with her pregnancy, conceiving while celebrating her World Cup win.
Alex told People: ‘She’s the best World Cup gift I could have asked for.’
She then shared plans to train throughout pregnancy so that she could play in the 2020 Olympics.
Until she was seven months pregnant, she did intense workouts six days a week, including on-the-field sessions, weight training, spin classes, and runs. After that, she transitioned into slightly less intense workouts, including jogging physical therapy, pelvic-floor physical therapy, prenatal yoga.
A video shared on the US Soccer Women’s National Team account in February showed her heading out to train with her teammates, even with a big baby bump.
But on March 24, the International Olympic Committee announced that the Olympics would be postponed until 2021 due to the pandemic.
Alex agreed that this was the ‘right decision,’ despite the training time she’d put in.
Until she was seven months pregnant, she did intense workouts six days a week, including on-the-field sessions, weight training, spin classes, and runs
In February, she was seen training with her team, before the pandemic called off the Olympics
Superwoman: Alex (pictured March 5) said she had no issue being a pregnant athlete: ‘It’s not like women can’t do both — our bodies are incredible’
In a Glamour interview, Alex also addressed people who questioned her decision to get pregnant at the height of her career.
‘It’s not like women can’t do both — our bodies are incredible — it’s the fact that this world isn’t really set up for women to thrive. That was one thing where I was like, “Do I want to be public with this?” This is my body, my family, my life,’ she said.
Speaking to Prevention in October, she gushed that she is ‘absolutely loving’ motherhood, and has ‘never been so excited to come home from training or from work every single day and just hang out with her.’
‘It’s been just a completely new chapter in my life, and I’m learning along the way how to be the best mom possible for her. It’s been really amazing to see Charlie grow every day,’ she said.