PSYCH! St. Thomas’ Hannah Davis Will Marry Derek Jeter This Weekend … After All
NAPA VALLEY — Derek Jeter and Hannah Davis may be getting married this weekend … for real this time.
After false reports surfaced last week that the Yankees legendary shortstop and captain planned on marrying the St. Thomas supermodel over Fourth of July weekend, it now appears the couple is set for their Napa nuptials this weekend.
There have been many signs that this weekend is when the couple will finally exchange vows after getting engaged in October, according to Terez Owens.
Jeter’s sister, Sharlee, has posted about taking a trip this weekend on Instagram, Jorge Posada and his wife, Laura, were also spotted getting on a plane and Jeter’s parents were seen boarding a flight headed toward the Bay Area.
A user on Twitter also noted that Jeter and Davis were seen at the Napa Jet Center, presumably headed toward their wedding destination. All signs point to marriage, but just like the last reports, it won’t be known until it officially goes down.
Another power couple that just tied the knot after months of speculation over when their wedding would be were Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson and R&B star Ciara.
Wilson popped the question to Ciara back in March, but much like Jeter and Davis, they were very low-key about the wedding plans before getting hitched Wednesday at a castle in England.
A source recently revealed the plans behind the upcoming wedding.
“Derek and Hannah planned to marry in a beautiful location, surrounded by just close family and friends,” a source told Page Six last month. “It is going to be an intimate ceremony, rather than a big affair with all the Yankees and every big name in sports.”
Much like Jeter’s love life during his playing career, the Sports Illustrated model enjoys keeping things low key.
“I feel like I have to share every other part of my life,” Davis said in the March issue of Maxim Magazine. “It’s that one part that’s a little bit of a mystery to people, but that’s the way we want it. The only way to protect it is not to talk about it.”