An American professional baseball shortstop, Nick Allen, is an Oakland Athletics engaged to Savannah Boone.
The MLB player is engaged to his high school sweetheart, Savannah, and they have been together for almost 10 years.
Nick proposed to her on Feb 27, 2022, on the rooftop, where the couple was present in a matching formal outfit, with Allen down on his one knee.
Savannah said yes and posted it on Instagram with the caption, “Still in shock from yesterday.”
Extremely grateful for all the effort & thoughtfulness that went into this special day surrounded by family & loved ones. The heart is so full.”
Nick Allen, Fiancee, Savannah Boone
Savannah has been in the limelight due to her MLB star fiance, Nick Allen, and as the daughter of Aaron Boone, his father.
Nick’s fiancee, Savannah, is a businesswoman and owns a digital marketing company named power digital which is mainly focused on SEO.
Savannah also owns a pet named Penny, which looks somewhat like a Portuguese Water Dog.
Nick attended Santa Fe Christian High School in Business Administration and Management General for her initial education.
Savannah graduated from the University of Southern California with a Bachelor’s degree in business Administration and Management, Finance + Entrepreneurship Emphasis.
Like her high school sweetheart, she was also into sports and had ample years of experience with Volleyball.
She has volunteered in several firms and organizations like Blind Children’s Learning Center and Charity Miles.
Savannah also has technical skills in Google Ads, SEO, Marketing, and Google Analytics.
Apart from that, she also has certification in Video Advertising from
Twitter Flight School.
Parents Of Nick Allen
Nick Allen was born to his parents, Edward Greene Allen and Emily Josephine Hobbs.
The California born grew up with his parents, Tom Allen and Cathy Allen, and a family of six siblings, including one brother Chris Allen and two sisters named, Lisa and Kaylee Allen.
His parent has always been so supportive of their son, and during his Olympic baseball for Team USA had plans to visit Japan from San Diego.
But due to the Covid outbreak, their family couldn’t travel to see their beloved son’s match and was heartbroken.
Previously, his parents have been to all his matches, including his performance for Team USA’s 18-under team at the Pan Am Games in Monterrey, Mexico.
Tom and Cathy loved their son and his fiancee, a new addition to the Allen family.