Michael Jordan in Greece after Second Wedding (Video)

Michael Jordan in Mykonos, Greece

Michael Jordan and his young second wife, Yvette Prieto, are visiting Greece for their honeymoon. The couple married in late April in a jaw-dropping 40,000 square foot tent in Palm Beach FL.

The legendary basketball player made the island of Spetses his first stop of the trip, where he was spotted to stroll.

Locals weren’t aware of his visit until he started walking in the streets of the island, leaving no chance to miss his presence.


Air Jordan left Spetses for the island of Mykonos on Wednesday where he was spotted walking in the narrow streets of the island and enjoying the Greek sun. The couple had dinner at a nearby beach surrounded by an army of body guards.

It is unknown where the next stop of Jordan’s visit to Greece will be but Santorini, one of the most romantic islands of Greece, is most likely to follow.

Watch a video of Michael Jordan as he arrives in Mykonos – credit: Mykonoslivetv.com



  1. To look down at him you have to reach his level. I doubt you’d qualify to lick his shoes.

  2. This “spiros” is probably one of the Skopians who regularly visit the comments sections of Greek reporter articles, posing as Greek nationalists, & leaving comments designed to make Greek nationalists look brutal and irrational. At the same time these Skopians praise leftist Greeks like SYRIZA (because SYRIZA supports the Skopians on the “Macedonia” naming dispute), whilst they themselves vote for ultranationalist parties like the party of FYROM’s Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski.

  3. “The idea that Alexander the Great belongs to us was at the mind of some outsider groups only. These groups were insignificant in the first years of our independence. But the big problem is that the old Balkan nations have been learned to legitimize themselves through their history. In the Balkans to be recognized as a nation you need to have history of 2,000 to 3,000 years old. Since you (Greece ) forced us to invent a history, we did invent it.”
    — (FYROM Foreign Minister Denko Maleski – 1991 to 1993)