The Women's World Cup marked an incredible moment in Australian sporting history.
It was the moment the country fell head-over-heels in love with the Matildas.
As we watched the sports team fill one stadium after another, and their games became some of the most-watched events ever on Australian TV, e studied Sam Kerr's impeccable skills, obsessed over Mary Fowler and waited for Mackenzie Arnold's next impressive move.
The country was, of course, not ignorant to the power and nerves of steel that came from Katrina Gorry either.
But one of Matildas' best and arguably quietest (and the smallest) team members... is none other than little Harper – Gorry's two-year-old daughter.
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Harper effectively became the 24th member of the football team during the World Cup, as the adorable morale booster and little team mascot, and every time she joined her mum on the field post-game, our hearts melted a little bit more.