Derek Jeter is enjoying a little pampering from his daughters.
On Wednesday, the former New York Yankee, 48, shared a sweet photo on social media of two of his three daughters giving him a manicure while relaxing outside.
Jeter sits for his at-home nail appointment while each daughter focuses on painting one of his hands. The athlete gives a grimacing look at the camera while waiting for his girls to finish their work.
“I have a new appreciation for nail polish remover,” he teased on Twitterwhile simply captioning his Instagram photo, “HELP!!!”
Jeter is father to daughters River Rose, 7 months, Story Grey, 3½, and Bella Raine, 5, whom he shares with wife Hannah Jeter.
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The former baseball pro, whose storied life and career as a Yankee is the subject of ESPN docuseries The Captainrecently revealed that his world since retirement is nothing like fans would imagine.
“The mornings are early … getting them up, they’re not in school right now, but dropping them off at school, picking them up. Tennis lessons, ballet lessons, you know,” the five-time World Series champion shares.
“I’m getting my nails painted and makeup on my face, dresses. So there’s a whole other side to me.”
Jeter also reveals that while his daughters know a little about his baseball past, they can’t really wrap their heads around his legacy just yet.
“They know that I played for the Yankees,” he explains. “They see me on TV. They recognize me, especially during this documentary. But other than that, they have no idea and I like it that way.”