When The Daily Dish spoke to Lisa Vanderpump back in early 2018, she shared that she didn't think daughter Pandora Vanderpump Sabo and husband Jason Sabo were at the stage where they were ready to have kids just yet (video above). So when Lisa came in earlier this year to chat with The Daily Dish, she revealed if there's been any changes on that front as of late.
"You know what? They've been working so hard... I think they really want to get their business [going more] and it's doing so well. Vanderpump Rose is just flying."
Though, she did tease, "But I think something might happen."
Still, don't expect The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills mogul to push her daughter and son-in-law into parenthood. "People are saying 'Would you put pressure on them?' I absolutely wouldn't because it's got to be them that's got to raise the child. And it's got to be them that's gonna be up [with the baby]," she explained. "And it's gotta be the time in your life when you're ready for it. I think they're kind of prepared, but I think Jason's been traveling a lot. So I think they want that to slow down a little bit [first]."
With that in mind, LVP noted that her hubby, Ken Todd, has long been a grandpa. "He's been a grandfather for a long time because his older son [Warren] has [a kid]," the Vanderpump Rules boss shared about Ken's son from his first marriage to Pamela Todd. "His grandson's the same age as [our son] Max [Vanderpump-Todd]."
Regardless of when Lisa officially becomes a grandparent, she confirmed, "I think I'm prepared. I think I would look forward to that. I love having somebody to kiss and smoother with love. I think I'm prepared. I'll just take the good bits. We won't take the diapers and we won't take the sleep deprivation."