Basketball legend Michael Jordan and his wife Yvette Prieto announced they were expecting their first child together last week but didn't reveal any details. A source told TMZ that Jordan, 50, and Prieto, 34, are in fact expecting identical twin girls.
The source didn't say how far along the former model was and if the couple has picked out any names. Jordan and Prieto married last April in a lavish Florida wedding after five years of dating. The ceremony took place at Episcopal Church of Bethesda-By-the-Sea with over 300 people in attendance including Robin Thicke, Usher, Tiger Woods, Patrick Ewing and Spike Lee.
"They are so in love," a source told US Weekly after the wedding. "The warmth and love was just overflowing. It was a wonderful day and will be a wonderful marriage."
The reception complete with a fireworks display took place at the Bear's Club in Jupiter, Fla. Sources said the venue was decorated crystal candelabras, candles, white roses, peonies and tulips with purple accents. For the wedding ceremony Prieto wore a French silk J'Aton Couture wedding gown with Swarovski crystals.
According to People magazine, over 1,500 people attended the reception and Robin Thicke, Usher and The Source performed.
"The attention to detail was magnificent," the source said. "The tent even smelled beautiful. It looked like the most luscious garden you could imagine. You walked into the dining room and it looked like heaven. The room was filled with thousands of candles, thousands. It was heavenly."
Jordan already has three adult children - Jeffrey, 24; Marcus, 22 and Jasmine, 19 - from a 17-year marriage with Juanita Venoy; the two divorced in 2006.