Matt Harvey, Anne V step out together at Rangers game

Matt Harvey Anne V
Aww, look how cute they are!
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Color me pessimistic, but apparently Mets ace Matt Harvey and Victoria’s Secret angel Anne V are still going strong.

The pair made news back in May when they made their public debut as a couple at a Rangers playoff game. They were splashed all over the New York tabloids — cover and all — and instantly became an NYC power couple.

But then they sort of disappeared from the radar. (Apparently they also attended Novak Djokovic’s charity dinner during the U.S. Open, but I just now learned this.)

But no, they didn’t move on to new A-list significant others, they are still going strong. Harvey and Anne V (that’s short for Vyalitsyna, of course) attended the Rangers’ home opener at the newly refurbished Madison Square Garden on Monday night. Harvey even walked the Blue Carpet before the game with his lovely lady.

The two weren’t afraid of a little PDA in the stands either, kissing and joking around with each other. Harvey, 24, and Anne V, 27, actually make a very sweet couple.

Harvey underwent Tommy John surgery on his right, pitching elbow just six days ago. But he was on the carpet rocking a full-length arm brace along with his Rangers gear.

“I am just doing range of motion stuff now, but today was the first day I could take the bandages off and I was at [the Hospital for Special Surgery] working and everybody thinks I am ahead of schedule,” Harvey told reporters on the Blue Carpet.

It probably doesn’t hurt to have such a beautiful woman help nurse him back to health.

Follow Metro New York Sports Editor Mark Osborne on Twitter @MetroNYSports.



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