Radar is told Larsa's estranged husband is completely behind his ex joining The Real Housewives of Miami reboot despite his initial hesitation.
A source tells us, the ex-Chicago Bulls player has finally come around and even agreed to let the former couple's children be featured on the Peacock reboot.
As Radar exclusively reported, Larsa Pippen officially signed her contract and will appear as a cast member for the relaunch of the beloved housewives franchise.
We're told she is "super excited about her next chapter" in her life which will play out infront of millions of viewers.
Larsa and Scottie have four children together but their youngest kids -- Justin, 16, and Sophia, 13 -- have been staying with the star in Miami.
That was part of Scottie's issue with his ex joining RHOM.
Earlier this month, Radar was told the ex-NBA star didn't want her to join the Peacock reboot; in fact, he doesn't want her to be in Miami at all.
Our sources said Scottie was "trying to force" his estranged wife back to Los Angeles with their teenagers.
"She's been dealing with a lot because Scottie is trying to force her back to LA," one insider told us.
While we're told the kids will be featured on RHOM, their oldest children will most likely not be on every episode.
That's because they are spread all over the country.
Scotty Pippen Jr., 20, plays college basketball for Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee, and Preston Pippen, 19, plays basketball for Sierra Canyon in Los Angeles, so they are not part of the equation.
Scottie's not Larsa's only ex who is making headlines.
Her former flame Malik Beasley shocked the world when he went on social media over the weekend and apologized for their brief relationship.