Carlos Correa put pen to paper this week on a whopping 12-year, £260 million deal at the New York Mets, but it's not just on the field where the star is prospering.
The Puerto Rican shortstop's wife Daniella Correa Rodriguez is also no stranger to the limelight, boasting an Instagram following of 227,000 followers. And it's easy to see why, with the blonde beauty a former Miss Texas 2016, as well as Miss Texas Teen 2013.
She has since delved into business, and is the owner and founder of Sweet D, a vegan and paraben-free cosmetic company. According to her Instagram bio, the 26-year-old also classes herself as a YouTuber.
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According to the New York Post she is also qualified in teaching, and starred in a number of independent films for the University of Texas. But her devotion to her husband is also clear, after he proposed to her on live television in 2017 after the Astros defeated the Dodgers to win their first World Series.
The pair married in December 2019, and have since had a son Kylo. She recently marked his birthday on the couple's joint Instagram account, writing: “I can’t believe it’s been a year since I held you for the first time. I don’t know how I used to live before that. As hard as being a mommy can be I can’t imagine a day without you.
“You have taught me so much about myself throughout this process. You might not remember this year but you’ve giving me some of the best memories I could have ever asked for. Happiest Birthday to the wildest baby."
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The glamorous model is now expecting the couple's second child, which they announced via social media. “2 under 2! LET’S DO IT,” they said back in October.
Born in Laredo, Texas, she has since amassed a net worth of £1.59 million, according to modelfact. Her husband's quoted net worth of £3.9 million could be soon about to rise significantly though.
The star rose to prominence at the Houston Astros, where he spent six years after his rookie campaign in 2015. In March this year he signed for the Minnesota Twins, before opting out of the last two years of his contract and becoming a free agent.
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