Bryce Harper continues living the good life, attends private screening of ’42’ at White House

Bryce HarperFor Nats phenom Bryce Harper, life is sweet. He’s young, rich, adored by millions, and, best of all, has a lifetime supply of burritos from Chipotle Mexican Grill. In Washington’s first game of the season Harper smacked a pair of dingers against the Marlins, a taste of what’s to come for the 2013 season.

Harper’s latest adventure living the good life had him at the White House on Tuesday night for a private screening of ‘42,’ the Jackie Robinson biopic starring Harrison Ford. The screening was hosted by First Lady Michelle Obama in the State Dining Room, and along with Harper, the guest list included Ford, Chadwick Boseman, who plays the fiery Robinson, director Brian Helgeland, and Jackie’s widow Rachel.

Harper tweeted out a picture of the night’s program…

Hanging out with celebs at the White House, receiving free burritos for life, playing baseball for a living, and only 20-years-old. Yeah, it’s good to be Bryce Harper.


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