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Luis D. Ortiz Marches in First Puerto Rican Day Parade

The #MDLNY star shares his first-ever experience at the annual NYC event.

Million Dollar Listing New York star Luis D. Ortiz did something over the weekend that he's never done before: attend the National Puerto Rican Day Parade. And he wasn't just there to hang out — Luis got the chance to march up Fifth Avenue in the Big Apple's annual event, along with 20,000 of his closest friends.

The casually-clad MDLNY agent, who hails from Puerto Rico, hit the streets of Manhattan for the festivities. And there he was greeted by celebs including actress Roselyn Sanchez, Ronald McDonald (yeah, that one) and NYC's very own Cardinal Timothy Dolan.

With the BEAUTIFUL @roselyn_sanchez at the #puertoricandayparade

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With Cardinal Dolan at the #puertoricandayparade

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I luhh it!!

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In addition to hobnobbing, Luis let loose and got right in the middle of the action. "What a great time! #puertoricandayparade," he writes about the experience on social media.

What a great time! #puertoricandayparade

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So was the experience everything he thought it was going to be? "My first time in the Puerto rican Day Parade and what an amazing time!" he later writes. "Thank you @telemundo for everything! I'll be back here next year!"

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