Victoria and Ysabel Jordan are the twin daughters of NBA legend Michael Jordan and wife Yvette Prieto. Victoria and Ysabel Jordan have two half brothers, Marcus and Jeffrey Michael and half sister Jasmine from Michael's first marriage with Juanita Vanoy whom he divorced in 2006.

Michael Jordan’s Beautiful Twin Daughters – Ysabel and Victoria Bio

Dad of five kids, three of which emerged from his first marriage and two others that emerged from his actual marriage to Yvette Prieto. Among the children of Michael Jordan, those that get people’s attention most are the twin daughters, Ysabel and Victoria Jordan.

Michael Jordan’s family is a kind of secret, maybe for security reasons. While three of his kids are aged enough to be on social media for themselves, the Chicago Bulls’ former player prefers keeping his youngest daughters away from public attention.

Going into details, Victoria and Ysabel Jordan are not alone. They have two half brothers, Marcus and Jeffrey Michael and half sister Jasmine from Jordan’s first marriage. He was first married to Juanita Vanoy, but the marriage hit the rock in 2006.

YSABEL AND VICTORIA JORDAN BIOGRAPHY

With everyone concern about security, Michael Jordan’s twin information is restricted publically. Information about Ysabel and Victoria Jordan was quite limited however, the twin were born on February 9, 2014, in West Palm Beach, Florida. As at then, Michael was 51 years whiles the Twins mother, Yvette Prieto, was 35 years.

Michael Jordan's Beautiful Twin Daughters - Ysabel and Victoria Bio
Michael Jordan’s Beautiful Twin Daughters – Ysabel and Victoria Bio

On November 2013 the spouse first revealed the pregnancy of Yvette, although the special couples didn’t state whether they were twins. The twin are now 6 years old and it is an incredible work for Michael and Yvette to protect them by not sharing the evolution of girls in the world, or even if they are interested in following the steps of Michael. Even their older siblings did not have the opportunity to share with the girls a glimpse of how invasive social media may be in times of the best way.

Casino at CityCenter March 30, 2011 in Las Vegas, Nevada | Photo: GettyImages
Casino at CityCenter March 30, 2011 in Las Vegas, Nevada | Photo: GettyImages