Michael Jordan's son Marcus, 32, and Larsa Pippen, 49, are getting married

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By James Kay

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Michael Jordan's 32-year-old son Marcus is marrying 49-year-old Larsa Pippen.

The love story between Marcus Jordan, CEO of Trophy Room, and Larsa Pippen, the famed Real Housewives of Miami star, seems to be progressing towards a new chapter.

The two have been romantically involved for approximately a year, with their relationship status becoming Instagram-official this past January.

Larsa, a well-known TV personality and businesswoman, is notably recognized for her past marriage to former NBA player Scottie Pippen, which lasted from 1997 to 2021 and produced four children, including basketball standout Scotty Jr.

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Larsa Pippen and Marcus Jordan are getting married. Credit: Romain Maurice/Getty

It's important to note that Marcus's father, basketball legend Michael Jordan, and Larsa's ex-husband shared an iconic but contentious partnership as teammates on the Chicago Bulls.

This ongoing feud between the two NBA greats adds an intriguing layer to Marcus and Larsa's relationship.

In recent months, it appears that Michael, who many believe to be the greatest basketball player of all time, does not wholeheartedly endorse his 32-year-old son's relationship with 49-year-old Larsa.

This sentiment was highlighted in a video shared by PageSix, in which Michael responded with a firm "no" when questioned about his approval of the relationship.

However, Marcus seems unfazed by his father's stance, expressing amusement at the situation.

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Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen played together for the Chicago Bulls. Credit: Barry Brecheisen/Getty

"Dying laughing" at his father's reaction, Marcus labeled it as "hilarious," offering insight into his understanding of his dad's perspective. Larsa, on the other hand, held a different viewpoint, describing the situation as "kinda embarrassed" and far from humorous.

In any case, Larsa has been spotted wearing a ring on her wedding finger and has shared Instagram posts that hint at an engagement.

The couple recently enjoyed a meal at Jones in West Hollywood, drawing attention from bystanders and photographers. Marcus's response to a question from TMZ further fueled speculation, as he shared that they are still searching for a suitable wedding venue. When pressed about a date for the wedding, Marcus revealed that plans were "in the works."

Despite the apparent displeasure from Michael, Larsa, during an appearance on The Tamron Hall Show in February, assured everyone that their families were "fine" with their relationship. She emphasized that their focus was on their own happiness and growth as a couple.

Their shared podcast, Separation Anxiety, also sheds light on their perspective. During a recent episode, Larsa posed a hypothetical question to Marcus about the fate of an engagement ring in the event of a breakup. Marcus's response seemed to indicate his practical approach, saying, "Nah. Once I spend my money on it, in my mind, I've written it off as gone. It's yours."

It looks like a wedding may well soon be on the horizon...

Featured image credit: MEGA/Getty

Michael Jordan's son Marcus, 32, and Larsa Pippen, 49, are getting married

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By James Kay

Article saved!Article saved!

Michael Jordan's 32-year-old son Marcus is marrying 49-year-old Larsa Pippen.

The love story between Marcus Jordan, CEO of Trophy Room, and Larsa Pippen, the famed Real Housewives of Miami star, seems to be progressing towards a new chapter.

The two have been romantically involved for approximately a year, with their relationship status becoming Instagram-official this past January.

Larsa, a well-known TV personality and businesswoman, is notably recognized for her past marriage to former NBA player Scottie Pippen, which lasted from 1997 to 2021 and produced four children, including basketball standout Scotty Jr.

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Larsa Pippen and Marcus Jordan are getting married. Credit: Romain Maurice/Getty

It's important to note that Marcus's father, basketball legend Michael Jordan, and Larsa's ex-husband shared an iconic but contentious partnership as teammates on the Chicago Bulls.

This ongoing feud between the two NBA greats adds an intriguing layer to Marcus and Larsa's relationship.

In recent months, it appears that Michael, who many believe to be the greatest basketball player of all time, does not wholeheartedly endorse his 32-year-old son's relationship with 49-year-old Larsa.

This sentiment was highlighted in a video shared by PageSix, in which Michael responded with a firm "no" when questioned about his approval of the relationship.

However, Marcus seems unfazed by his father's stance, expressing amusement at the situation.

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Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen played together for the Chicago Bulls. Credit: Barry Brecheisen/Getty

"Dying laughing" at his father's reaction, Marcus labeled it as "hilarious," offering insight into his understanding of his dad's perspective. Larsa, on the other hand, held a different viewpoint, describing the situation as "kinda embarrassed" and far from humorous.

In any case, Larsa has been spotted wearing a ring on her wedding finger and has shared Instagram posts that hint at an engagement.

The couple recently enjoyed a meal at Jones in West Hollywood, drawing attention from bystanders and photographers. Marcus's response to a question from TMZ further fueled speculation, as he shared that they are still searching for a suitable wedding venue. When pressed about a date for the wedding, Marcus revealed that plans were "in the works."

Despite the apparent displeasure from Michael, Larsa, during an appearance on The Tamron Hall Show in February, assured everyone that their families were "fine" with their relationship. She emphasized that their focus was on their own happiness and growth as a couple.

Their shared podcast, Separation Anxiety, also sheds light on their perspective. During a recent episode, Larsa posed a hypothetical question to Marcus about the fate of an engagement ring in the event of a breakup. Marcus's response seemed to indicate his practical approach, saying, "Nah. Once I spend my money on it, in my mind, I've written it off as gone. It's yours."

It looks like a wedding may well soon be on the horizon...

Featured image credit: MEGA/Getty