I have been tuned to the ESPN 10-part documentary The Last Dance, which hit Netflix on July 19, in order to recover something familiar in my life. Michael Jordan follows the series in the last season of 1997-98, with the Chicago Bulls. As most of the programs, such as sporting events, I normally watch, are still in progress, this series was a lifeline following a long WFH week.
Because the series focuses on the past, you can expect that Jordan’s present will not be seen — Director Jason Hehir planned it like that. Hehir told The Athletic’s Richard Deitsch, that he was not interested in the view of any wife or kids on this. I respect his decision completely, but I am also very nosy. Here’s all you need to know about Yvette Prieto Jordan’s wife.
How did Michael Jordan meet Yvette Prieto?
Prieto had been a Cuban model in Miami before she met Jordan and she worked for designers like Alexander Wang. Prior to her meeting with the Jordanian, according to the Bleacher Report, Prieto dated Enrique Iglesias’ brother, Julio Iglesias Jr.
Like many couples in the 21st century, love under the multicolored techno lights is something that happens to Jordan and Prieto exactly. In 2009, in a 5500-floor house in Miami, they moved together. In 2011, the company announced its commitment.
How was their wedding?
The Episcopal Church of Bethesda-by-the-Sea was knocked down by Jordan and Prieto and then the Bear’s Club reception in Jupiter, Florida. More than 300 guests attended the nuptials, including Tiger Woods and Spike Lee. Other special events during the night were Usher and Robin Thicke.
A source has told us weekly that the final love price tag is estimated to amount to around $10 million. What kind of pocket change if you are Michael Jordan?
What was their agreement?
Jordan and Prieto signed a prenuptial agreement, as did his previous marriage to Juanita Vanoy. The legal paper presented by the Daily Mail shows that each person can keep any assets in their marriage. If they divorce, every year they are married, they will receive $1 million. After 10 years the couple will split up, Prieto will receive 5 million dollars each year he stays.
The couple announced that they expected it seven months after they tied the knot. The two girls Victoria and Ysabel Jordan were received by our pair weekly on February 9, 2014.