Who is Cody Bellinger's girlfriend Chase Carter? How Dodgers star's ‘shirtless’ snap sparked romance rumors
Chase started her career in modeling when she was just 13-year-old
Los Angeles Dodgers player Cody Bellinger has become the talk of the town, as one of his pictures – where he can be seen in 'deep thought' is doing the rounds on the Internet. Did you know that the 25-year-old baseballer has a beautiful girlfriend? And she's none other than the beautiful Bahamian model, Chase Carter. Rumors of Bellinger and Carter being an "item" floated when the 23-year-old posted a cheeky snap of shirtless Bellinger in bed in September 2020.
Let's take a look at her career.
Who is Chase Carter?
Chase started her career in modeling when she was just 13-year-old. Even though her modeling career didn't take off well in the starting, she later featured in publications like Galore and V Magazine, apart from modeling for Polo Ralph Lauren and Philipp Plein.
According to Chase, her biggest achievement has been her editorial in the 2018 issue of Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition. Apart from modeling, Case also shines in the field of sports, as she is an avid sports enthusiast and was a former player in the Bahamas National Football Team. Not just basketball, she is also a marathon runner, as she took part in the 2018 New York City Marathon. She also boasts a splendid following of 441 K followers on Instagram.
In an interview with Page Six, she said, “I usually pick my long runs when sports are on the TV, so I’ll watch a football game, a baseball game or a basketball game while I’m running, and I find that very motivating to me because sometimes I like to run without music.”
Chase also dated Yankees superstar Giancarlo Stanton from July 2018, there are no reports suggesting when the couple officially broke up
Chase who grew up in the Bahamas, also said, "Growing up in the Bahamas really gave me a better sense of being brought up with manners. Not only that. If you walk into a room and you do not say 'Good Afternoon' or 'Good Morning' you are sent out. Respect. Respect and how to talk to anyone, everyone, all different ages, and how to hold yourself and hold your own. Everyone’s your family. Everyone’s your friend. I think the scariest part about growing up in the Bahamas was thinking you might date your cousin."