The family of the famous athlete is happy now!

After the terrible tragedy in which they lost their daughter, the family of the famous athlete Miller ,now has reason to be happy. They announced: "It's here!"

Dec 7, 2021 - 11:36
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The family of the famous athlete is happy now!

One of the most successful skiers, retired today, Bode Miller and his wife Morgan Miller became parents. Morgan brought to the word one little girl. They confirmed the good news via social media.

Bode Miller is a former alpine skier. He won gold medals at the Olympic Games and World Championships, won the Alpine Skiing World Cup in 2005 and 2008, and is considered by many to be the best American skier of all time. With 32 victories in all five disciplines, he ranked among the best skiers in the history of the World Cup.

Morgan and Bode confirmed the news exclusively for People magazine and revealed that the girl was born on November 26 at their home in Orange County, California. They have not yet decided what name to give to her.

'She is perfect and her coming to this world was the perfect way to close this chapter of our family's expansion. Our hearts are full. Bode told me the day after she was born that she thinks she is happiest than ever before in her life," the newcomer mom said.

Millers family

Morgan and Bode are the parents of 2 -year- old twins Asher and Axel, 3-year-old Easton, and 6-year-old Nash. Sadly, three years ago they lost their daughter Emeline, who drowned at 19 months. Bode from his two previous relationships also has an 8-year-old son, Nate, and a 13-year-old daughter, Dace.

The news that they are waiting for a new baby was announced in May this year.

"We're finally in our last pregnancy. After losing Emmy, we both felt like we didn't even want to try to have a baby girl anymore. We just thought there was no baby to replace her. All of our babies are so unique that it's always a surprise and after we got the twins we thought that was it, ”Bode told People .

"He is still very close to us. He sends us signs all the time, teaches us to share memories through love that never disappears," Morgan concluded.