Michael Jordan and Yvette Prieto ask wedding guests to take a vow of silence
Michael Jordan and Yvette Prieto are hoping to have a little privacy when they get married on April 27, but that won’t be easy given the public’s hunger for information about his personal life. To combat the interest in their wedding, Jordan and Prieto have asked their guests to take a vow of silence before and during their wedding in Palm Beach, Fla.
According to the Chicago Sun-Times, the Jordan-Prieto invitation included an instruction card asking guests not to share any details of the event with people who are not attending. Guests were also asked not to speak with the press or with family members who might, and also to leave home any cameras or cell phones that can be used to take photos.
Does anyone else see the irony in all of this? Someone obviously blabbed about the invitation itself, otherwise we wouldn’t know that guests were asked to take a vow of silence. If guests can’t take a vow of silence about taking a vow of silence, does MJ really expect the details of the wedding itself to remain under wraps?
I guess you can’t fault the man for trying to cover all the bases. Between the prenup he reportedly had Prieto sign and the instructions about keeping the wedding top secret, Jordan is trying to do things right this time around.