Alexandra thanked Britanny for organizing a reunion and making her a part of it

Britanny and Alexandra looked happy and were enjoying each other’s company. Both were sitting beside each other.

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Alexandra Daddario in her recent Instagram post shared a picture with her and  Britanny in it, with the caption (Thank you @coach for having me, and for setting up a @brittanyogrady reunion). Britanny and Alexandra looked happy and were enjoying each other’s company. Both were sitting beside each other Alexandra cross legged, smiling her heart out were snapped in the first picture. Alexandra wore dark blue long and transluscent dress with checks in it whereas Britanny wore sky blue colour dress with dots in it, had a brown bag in her lap and a chain to complete her look.

Apart from this Alexandra shared two other photos where she wore a navy-blue one-piece and carried a cherry handbag, styled a watch on her hand and wore high heels. The third picture was a candid she looked mysterious in it because of her beautiful unique eyes. Fans poured their love in the comment section for both the stars.

Following guest appearances on many television shows, O’Grady won her first main part in the musical series Star in 2016, portraying Simone Davis. She also secured her first film roles in 2019 with Georgia Beale in Above Suspicion and Jesse Bolton-Sinclair in Black Christmas. She played Paula in the HBO series The White Lotus in 2021.

At the age of 16, Daddario made her television debut in the ABC daytime drama All My Children, when she played Laurie Lewis, a devastated young girl. She made her acting debut as Annabeth Chase in the Percy Jackson film series. Paige in Hall Pass, Heather Miller in Texas Chainsaw 3D, Blake Gaines in San Andreas, Summer Quinn in Baywatch, and Alexis Butler in We Summon the Darkness are some of her recent roles. Daddario starred in the music video for Imagine Dragons’ “Radioactive,” which has received over one billion views on YouTube. Her ancestors are Italian, Irish, English, and Czechoslovak.

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