She is known for her iconic roles on television and as a leading supporter of the MeToo movement, but Alyssa Milano became a full-fledged soccer mom as she cheered on her ten-year-old son Milo Bugliari from the touchdown this past. weekend.
The actress and political activist took to the Los Angeles soccer field on Saturday with a water thermos, a backpack full of snacks and a portable chair to enjoy the late afternoon game.
“Milo, listen to the coach! He could be heard screaming as his team gathered.
Charmed, 48, and who’s the boss? The star could be seen mingling with other parents and chatting with her grandparents, and even filming the game on her iPhone.
Alyssa Milano was the perfect soccer mom on Saturday as she supported her son Milo during his game in LA
The 48-year-old actress and activist congratulated the team on their victory with popsicles after the game.
Milano, who has two children with her husband David Bugliari, came well prepared with a water thermos, a backpack full of snacks and a portable chair to enjoy the late afternoon play.
She was seen running to a shady spot to get refreshments for her son.
When her team won the game, she bought popsicles for the kids from a mobile snack vendor.
A day later, on Sunday, she was spotted with her husband, Agent David Bugliari, 40, and daughter Bella, seven, during a Milo baseball game in West Hills, Calif., For a double hit.
Even though it was hot and windy, Alyssa donned a thick sweaty outfit, UGG boots, and a shoulder strap to hold her phone in style.
“You would never guess she was a celebrity or the same person that rants on social media,” a viewer told DailyMail.com.
“At games, she’s positively reserved and people barely look at her.”
The Charmed star was in super-mom mode often running to a shady spot to get refreshments for her son
Proud mum: At one point, the mum-of-two was seen cheering on her son from the sidelines and recording the soccer game on her phone
“Milo, listen to the coach! Milano could be heard screaming as her team gathered
Milano fits in perfectly with other parents as she roots for her son on Saturday. She then gifted the team with popsicles from a nearby mobile snack vendor.
As soon as she arrived, the busy mom learned that the opposing team did not have enough players and that her son would have to replace them in left field.
Whatever team or position he was playing in, she could smile and cheer on the sidelines.
“Come on, Milo, come on! “
It was a stark contrast to last weekend when she was headlining a pro-choice women’s march in downtown Los Angeles.
On Saturday October 2, thousands of protesters gathered, rallied and marched to express their support for Roe v. Wade and their opposition to a recent wave of abortion restrictions.
Last week, the DailyMail.com revealed she blasted the Supreme Court in a crass rant, saying it was “full of assailants.”
Milano took to the stands again on Sunday to cheer on Milo with her agent husband David Bugliari, 40, and daughter Bella, seven, for a double-headed baseball game in West Hills.
Alyssa (pictured behind the stands) donned a thick sweaty outfit, UGG boots and a shoulder bag to carry her phone
Milano arrived on the pitch to learn that the opposing team did not have enough players and that Milo would have to replace them in left field
Alyssa Milano, husband Dave Bugliari (left) and son Milo Thomas Bugliari attend the 14th Annual UNICEF Snowflakes Ball on November 27, 2018 in New York City.
“I’m tired,” she told the noisy crowd, “I’m tired as a woman. I’m so sick of having to continually prove that my body is mine.
“I am so tired of having a say in my own reproductive health. And I’m really sick of someone else having a say! ‘
She then blasted Texas Gov. Greg Abbott for his state’s recent restrictions on abortion, as well as her favorite punching bag, Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
“He has no business close to my reproductive rights. ”
She added: “I can’t believe how fucked up America is right now. And I can’t believe a handful of men manage to take 50 years of women’s rights away. ‘
Milano appeared at a pro-choice rally in LA last weekend where she gave a rude speech in response to the controversial Texas abortion law
That same day, she tweeted to her 3 million subscribers: “The reason women have abortions … it’s none of your business. And – Fuck you.”
In 2019, she spoke of having had two abortions in 1993, saying, “I was not equipped to be a mother,” then in my early twenties.
“It was not an easy choice. It wasn’t something I wanted, but it was something I needed, like most health care.
Now that she has chosen to be a mother, Milano seems to be enjoying the nonstop weekend sports circuit.
The outspoken actress and activist plans to run for California 4th District convention in 2024, and an autobiographical essay book will be released on October 26, aptly titled Sorry, Not Sorry.