After dating for nearly a year, The Real Housewives of Miami star has recently been sporting a "promise ring" gifted by Michael Jordan's son. And though they aren't officially engaged—yet—the reality star revealed a wedding is definitely in their future.
"I think so, I liked being married," Larsa exclusively told E! News' Justin Sylvester on the Oct. 31 episode. "I like marriage, I feel like it's great, it's great to be able to build with someone, plan the future with someone. So, marriage to me is kind of important."
But would Scottie Pippen's ex ever walk down the aisle on a future season of RHOM?
"I don't know, I never thought about that," the Bravo star shared. "I'm not sure how our families would do with that, but I definitely would think about it."
Fans will get a front row seat to Larsa and Marcus' relationship when the 32-year-old makes his debut on season six of the series this month. And despite going through a very public divorce from her ex, the 49-year-old revealed she wasn't nervous to let the cameras in on her love life.
"No, because he's smart and he knows how to handle himself," she noted of Marcus. "He's been in the limelight his whole life, so I don't feel like he was really phased."
And when it comes down to it, Larsa and Marcus are each other's no. 1 fans. "We're best friends, I feel like we get along so well," she explained. "We're team us. We bring out the best in each other. We're in a great place and I wanted to show the world we're both happy and we're living our best lives."
While every is rosy in her love life, the same can't be said for her friendships on the explosive new season of RHOM.
"I feel like it's a great year for us," Larsa teased. "There's a lot of highs and a lot of lows. We had great trips, we had so many good times, but at the same time, there was a lot of drama."
The Real Housewives of Miami returns tonight, Nov. 1, at 9 p.m. on Bravo. Keep reading to learn more about season six.
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