"We're very private people, the Jordans, so if it was up to me, I think we'd do maybe multiple weddings," Marcus said of his and Pippen's eventual nuptials
Though the couple have denied they're officially engaged, Marcus, 32, said he wants his father, NBA legend Michael Jordan, to be his best man at his and 49-year-old Pippen's future wedding ceremony during an appearance on the Pablo Torre Finds Out podcast.
"I was the best man at his wedding and the best man at my brother's wedding, so obviously, we'll keep the tradition going," Marcus said, adding that his family is "very private," prompting the couple to consider having two ceremonies.
"We're very private people, the Jordans, so if it was up to me, I think we'd do maybe multiple weddings."
Marcus explained he'd be interested in hosting "one that's private for our family and friends" and another "that's a little more public," when he and Pippen tie the knot.
With Pippen continuing her role on Bravo's Real Housewives of Miami this season and Marcus appearing in select scenes, he said the network has already started inquiring about filming the ceremony to air on the series.
However, Pippen and her beau are still nailing down the details of their upcoming nuptials. "I don't think we have a concrete date," Marcus said.
"We're still talking about locations and party size and all that stuff so it's not really concrete yet," he continued.
Marcus shared that when people ask him about the details of their wedding, his "go-to saying at the moment" is, "It's in the works."
Larsa and Marcus often discuss their relationship on their joint iHeartPodcast Separation Anxiety.
At first, Michael simply laughed the photographer's question off, but the paparazzi then pressed further into whether he approved of the romance between the pair.
Eventually, the former basketball player responded, 'No," and the clip quickly went viral on social media.
During the podcast, Marcus explained he had found his father's comment amusing, though Larsa noted that she "didn’t think it was funny."
“I know my dad, and obviously my whole family, we’re so competitive, part of our DNA is to talk s---, it gets us going and gets us motivated. And when I saw it immediately I thought, ‘He’s playing.’ He’s joking, he’s laughing. He’s just being playful, he’s a little lit, maybe off the Socorro [tequila]," Marcus said.
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The Real Housewives of Miami star and the Trophy Room founder first met through mutual friends at a party in Los Angeles in 2019 and developed “a great foundation as friends,” Pippen told PEOPLE.
In August 2023, the pair ignited engagement rumors when Pippen was spotted wearing a massive diamond ring. Jordan even said a wedding is "in the works." However, the two later said that they were "not engaged" in an episode of their podcast.
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