Women of New York, start weeping.
After months of speculation that the Yankees' hunk and his sexy steady Minka Kelly are headed to the altar, The Post has learned that the super couple may have settled on a wedding date -- Nov. 5.
And while it may bring little solace to Jeter's legion of female admirers, fretful Yankees fans will be glad to note the date is at least two days after the World Series ends.
After getting a tip about the upcoming nuptials, The Post confirmed the date by spotting a curious entry in the official calendar at the ritzy reception palace Oheka Castle in Huntington, LI, for the first Friday in November that read simply "JETER wedding."
Page Six broke the story of their secret engagement in August. And in November, The Post also ran photos of Jeter and Kelly frolicking in the water off St. Barts -- and looking very much in love.
The sumptuous Long Island site is certainly suitable for the superstar shortstop. The opulent Oheka features a French-style chateau hotel and spa, with an exquisite main ballroom and formal gardens with eight reflecting pools and three fountains.
The castle -- the second-largest private residence in the United States -- has hosted lavish parties for royalty, Hollywood stars and heads of state for nearly a century. Teen idol Kevin Jonas was married there last month.
Oheka, known for fiercely protecting the privacy of its guests, would not comment.
But a Post reporter, posing as a bride-to-be seeking to book a wedding that weekend, was shown a scheduling calendar printout as sales manager Rick Bellando explained that the castle hosts just one wedding per day -- and the entire weekend in question was already booked.
A quick peek at the calendar revealed Jeter's name in big bold letters.
When our spy asked if couples were ever open to switching dates for money, Bellando said most were so wealthy, money was not an issue.
"I guess if it were Derek Jeter getting married, he really wouldn't care about my money," our reporter suggested, pointing to the entry.
Bellando chuckled, but quickly tried to dismiss speculation.
"Oh, that's not Derek Jeter. We wouldn't use his real name if it were. When the Jonas brother got married here last month, we used a different name."
A-Rod is gonna be heartbroken