David Ortiz’s daughter sings National Anthem in Hall of Fame heels – Footwear News
David Ortiz was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame on July 24, a career high for any professional athlete. To make the day even more special, the retired slugger’s 21-year-old daughter played a key role in his ceremony. Alex Veda Ortiz sang the national anthem at her famous father’s Hall of Fame ceremony, dressed in pure white summer style for the occasion.
The 21-year-old is about to enter her final year at Boston’s famed Berklee College of Music, making her a top pick for the gig.
To perform at the ceremony, Alex Veda Ortiz wore a Khaite white sundress with a drop waist skirt and raw edge ruffle accents. The mid-calf length skirt of the piece showcased the singer’s white pointed-toe pumps.
She accessorized the look with a long white pearl necklace layered with a gold chain necklace, a white pearl bracelet and gold chandelier earrings. Veda Ortiz also wore a pair of tortoiseshell sunglasses with the look.
The Skechers campaign star’s daughter wore her hair au naturel. Her long royal blue acrylic fingernails were on display as she gripped the microphone, adding a pop of color to her look.
David Ortiz was a major league baseball player from 1997 to 2016, best known for his stint with the Boston Red Sox from 2003 to 2016. He started his career with the Minnesota Twins. During his tenure in MLB, Ortiz was a top first baseman and designated hitter renowned for his ability to hit home runs. In his senior season in MLB, Ortiz hit 38 home runs, the most by a player in his senior season.
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