Larsa Pippen and Scottie Pippen are officially divorced.
It did feel like it took ten years for the divorce to become official. While reflecting on their years going back-and-forth in court on Thursday’s episode of Getting Real with the Housewives’ podcast, the 47-year-old model admitted to asking herself, at times: ‘Is it ever gonna be over?’
“I feel like it was three years. I was like, ‘Is it ever gonna be over?’
It’s the longest divorce in history,” Larsa, 47, told Us Weekly on the Thursday episode of our “Getting Real with the Housewives” podcast. “
She added: ‘I’m kind of glad that like, you know, we are where we are today. The divorce is over, we’re still in a great place and our kids are older too.’
‘The divorce is over, we’re still in a great place and our kids are older too,’ the mom-of-four said of her successful co-parenting relationship with Scottie.
‘I wish my kids would have had, you know, a mom and dad in the same home. I felt guilty because I just, you know, I grew up with my mom and dad,’ Larsa told Us Weekly.
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The former best friend of Kim Kardashian continued: ‘I wanted my kids to grow up like that, but as far as our relationship, it couldn’t be better than it is right now. To be honest with you, we’re like, in such a great place. We love each other.’
‘We’re always gonna support each other. We support our kids, you know, we’re just in a really good place,’ she explained to the outlet.
Larsa also said she was ‘really proud’ of how she and Scottie ‘navigated through this divorce’ and other obstacles.
According to The Blast, details of the financial settlement the former couple made were kept confidential.
Since she split with Scottie, Larsa has been linked to several NBA players.
She definitely has a type.
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