Alex Morgan Models New USWNT Kit for 2023 Women’s World Cup

The athlete showed off the uniform with her daughter, Charlie.
Alex Morgan

Alex Morgan.

The USWNT unveiled new Nike uniforms for the forthcoming Women’s World Cup this summer, including both home and away kits. Who better to model them than San Diego Wave FC striker Alex Morgan? 

The Olympic athlete shared a photo of herself wearing the team’s home kit, complete with a white jersey splattered in blue paint drops, on Instagram on April 3. Morgan also wore the kit’s navy blue athletic shorts and held hands with her 2-year-old daughter, Charlie.

The toddler was decked out in a tiny jersey of her own and struck a sassy pose with one hand on her hip.

“New kits same ’tude,” Morgan wrote in the caption of her post.

Morgan’s husband (and Charlie’s dad), pro soccer player Servando Carrasco, left two heart eye emojis in the comments section.

“A whole mood,” Alexis Ohanian wrote.

“Her little eyebrow lift - so cute 🥰,” Jordan Angeli gushed of Morgan’s daughter.

“Omfg obsessed with Charlie’s face in this 💁🏽‍♀️💜,” a fan concurred.

The three-time SI Swimsuit model shared an adorable montage of behind-the-scenes clips from the mother-daughter photo shoot on TikTok. At the beginning, she instructed her daughter to “give some ’tude.”

“charlie understood the assignment,” one fan quipped in the comments.

“best duo on tiktok,” another fan added.

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