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Larsa Pippen calls her divorce from NBA legend Scottie Pippen as 'the longest in history'

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Larsa Pippen has spoken out about finalizing her divorce from NBA legend Scottie Pippen last month, three years afterafter she filed to end their marriage in 2018.While reflecting on their years goingback-and-forth in court on Thursday's episode of Getting Real with the Housewives' podcast, the47-year-old model admitted to asking herself, at times: 'Is it ever gonna be over?''It's the longest divorce in history,' the Real Housewives of Miami star mused. 'I'm kind of glad that like, you know, we are where we are today.' Open book: Larsa Pippen has spoken out about finalizing her divorce from NBA legend Scottie Pippen earlier last month, three years after after she initiated filed back in 2018; seen in 2021She 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 hersuccessful co-parenting relationship withScottie.The exes share sonsScotty Pippen Jr., 21; Preston Pippen, 19; Justin Pippen, 17; and daughter Sophia Pippen, 13.

Honest: While reflecting on the end of their marriage 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?' (pictured in2015) 'It's the longest divorce in history,' the Real Housewives of Miami star mused. 'I'm kind of glad that like, you know, we are where we are today' (pictured in 2016)'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.The former best friend ofKim Kardashian continued: 'I.

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