Michael Jordan and his fiancé Yvette Prieto have announced that their April 27 wedding in Palm Beach will not have any gossip related to it.
According to the Chicago Sun-Times, the couple's invitation apparently included a card requesting guests not to share any details about the wedding, as well as a request not to talk to media or anyone who might talk to the media. And to leave cell phones and cameras at home.
According to the Sun-Times, Michael Jordan and Yvette Prieto have a stringent prenuptial agreement, as Michael Jordan has an estimated $650 million to protect.
The newspaper indicates that their agreement gives Yvette Prieto $1 million for every year they were married should they divorce, and if they reach the 10 year mark, that payment increases to $5 million for every year.
Michael Jordan's 2006 divorce from Juanita Vanoy resulted in a payment of an estimated $168 million.