U.S. Women's National Team star and Orlando Pride forward Alex Morgan gave birth to her baby daughter on Thursday. The child's name was revealed to be Charlie Elena Carrasco on Twitter.

Morgan and her husband, former L.A. Galaxy forward Servando Carrasco, announced they were expecting back in October, just three months after the United States won the Women's World Cup in France.

Morgan was gung ho about her training schedule post-pregnancy, saying in November that she wanted to participate in the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo after giving birth to her child. Now, she doesn't necessarily have to rush back to the pitch due to the coronavirus pandemic delaying the games to 2021.

Of course, it certainly looked like she didn't exactly need to do too much to get back into perfect playing shape even while she was pregnant. In February, she posted a video on social media of herself showing off her footwork, touches and, of course, her scoring talents all while donning the baby bump. She posted another video of her athleticism during pregnancy in April, where she recorded a workout of squats, lunges, pushups and more.