Michael Jordan and his family are enjoying a holiday abroad.
The NBA legend, 60, was recently photographed taking a boat tour off the coast of Sicily with his wife, Yvette Prieto, and their 9-year-old twin daughters.
Jordan paired his short-sleeve button-up with a white baseball cap and cargo shorts.
The Italy sighting comes on the heels of a recent date night in Nashville, where Jordan and Prieto were seen socializing around the NASCAR Ally 400 race weekend.
Jordan met Prieto, a model who was born in Cuba, at a nightclub in 2008.
The couple wed in 2013, and their daughters, Ysabel and Victoria, arrived the following year.
Jordan has three other children from his previous marriage to Juanita Vanoy: Jeffrey, 34, Marcus, 32, and Jasmine, 30.
Marcus is dating Larsa Pippen, the ex-wife of Jordan’s former Bulls teammate, Scottie Pippen.
Last month, Jordan — a five-time league MVP — agreed to sell his majority stake in the Hornets to a group led by financiers Gabe Plotkin and Rick Schnall at a reported valuation of approximately $3 billion.
Jordan will reportedly maintain a minority stake in the franchise.
“In the same way that it’s wonderful that one of our greatest, Michael Jordan, could become the principal governor of a team, he has the absolute right to sell at the same time,” NBA commissioner Adam Silver said in June during the NBA Finals.
“Values have gone up a lot since he bought that team, so that is his decision.”
Jordan had owned the team for 13 seasons.
The Hornets finished the 2022 season at 27-55 and did not make the playoffs.
The team did not win a playoff round during Jordan’s time as owner and missed the playoffs for seven straight years (although they did make the play-in tournament in 2022).