It appears NBA legend Michael Jordan is headed back down the aisle. The Associated Press says Jordan and his fianc�e Yvette Prieto stopped by the Palm Beach County courthouse Thursday. The purpose of the visit was to apply for a marriage license, according to Kathy Burstein, a spokeswoman for the clerk’s office.
Jordan proposed to Prieto, a model, in late 2011. The two met, and started dating, in 2008. This will be Jordan’s second marriage, after ending a 17-year union with Juanita Jordan in 2006. The couple didn’t have a prenuptial agreement when they got married, and the divorce cost Jordan $168 million, making it one of the most expensive on record.
Jordan’s pro career has been over nearly a decade. Though he is most known for his time as the star of the Chicago Bulls, Jordan played his last game with the Washington Wizards, a team he partially owned, on April 16, 2003.