“I feel like Marcus has got great taste, and I feel like I know that he's not going to disappoint us," Pippen said
While chatting exclusively with PEOPLE at the iHeartRadio Jingle Ball 2023 in Los Angeles on Friday evening, the Real Housewives of Miami star, 48 revealed that she and Jordan, 32, aren’t engaged yet — but could be soon.
“It's in the works,” Jordan said.
“I feel like we've been looking at rings,” Pippen added, to which the son of Michael Jordan replied, “We've definitely been shopping. That's for sure.”
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While they didn't offer any other specifics, Pippen noted that she fully trusts her beau to carry out the perfect moment.
“I'm excited,” she admitted. “I feel like Marcus has got great taste, and I feel like I know that he's not going to disappoint us.”
The pair, who run the Separation Anxiety with Larsa Pippen and Marcus Jordan podcast together, also told PEOPLE that they enjoy working together and work well as a team.
“I think it's the best,” Jordan said. “I'm working every day with my best friend, and I feel like separation anxiety is a real thing for us. So the more time we spend together, the better.”
“I feel like we really have fun together and we work well together, and we both motivate each other,” Pippen added.
“And I feel like that's really hard to do because I've never had that before. ... We are glued at the hip, and we're just really enjoying ourselves, and I feel like people should just embrace love,” she continued. “If you're in a good place, and you're happy, people should embrace that and cheer for people that are in love.”
The couple is also working in tandem to make the holiday season perfect. They told PEOPLE at the DIRECTV Celebrates Christmas at Kathy's last month that they are planning to spend the holidays in Los Angeles and will be splitting cooking duties.
"Marcus is gonna start baking dessert. I normally cook and I feel like he likes dessert,” the mother of four said while jokingly noting that he needed to “start baking.”
“I can cook but I choose to let the cooks do the cooking,” Jordan added, noting that he’s “providing the wine” and “beverages.”
"I feel like my kids are older, so they get to enjoy their time with their dad. And they get to enjoy their time with us," she said. "My kids are so happy. They're lucky to have both great parents. And it's fun."
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