Larsa Pippen has “been hanging out with” Michael Jordan — her ex-husband Scottie Pippen’s former Chicago Bulls teammate — amid her romance with his son Marcus Jordan.
The “Real Housewives of Miami” star was careful while discussing her relationship on Tuesday’s episode of “The Tamron Hall Show” but did admit that she’s been getting to know her boyfriend’s family.
“I’ve recently been hanging out with them, but I don’t really want to talk about them. I feel like it’s not about, you know, my parents or his parents — they’re all happy; our whole family’s fine,” Larsa, 48, explained when host Hall asked whether she’d met Michael, 60, and his ex-wife, Juanita Vanoy.
“I feel like it’s more about where I am, where [Marcus] is. I feel like we’re in a great place. We motivate each other. We’re really happy being together. And I feel like that’s the most important thing,” the mother of four continued, adding that both sets of parents just want to see their children “happy.”
“We’ve spent holidays together, and it’s good,” she made sure to note. “We’re in a great place.”
When asked point-blank whether she and Marcus, 32, had his parents’ “blessing,” Larsa replied, “Yeah.”
Despite the couple’s shared history, the Bravolebrity said she and her beau “literally just met at a party four years ago” and struck up a friendship.
“We have a lot of mutual friends, and so we’re kind of in the same circle,” she shared, insisting that they have “everything in common.”
As for the duo’s 16-year age difference, Larsa doesn’t believe that age “determines your level of maturity.”
“I’ve dated guys that were a lot older than me,” she pointed out. “Scottie is 10 years older than me.”
And when asked whether she and Marcus are “in love,” the jewelry designer replied, “I think so.” Larsa referred to him as her “forever Valentine” earlier this month.
The unexpected twosome made their romance Instagram-official in January but have been photographed on numerous dates since September 2022.
As for how the contentious relationship between her ex and Marcus’ father — who won six NBA championships together — factors in, Larsa insisted she “didn’t plan it like that” but also “[doesn’t] care” about how Scottie may feel about it.