Everyone remembers taking Easter photos on the holiday, and Kelly Ripa shared quite the funny throwback featuring two of her kids.
“Couldn’t wait until Thursday to throw back to Easter Bunny 2002,” the 48-year-old captioned a photo on Instagram showing her daughter Lola and her son Michael. “I showed you mine. You show me yours. Go to KellyandRyan.com to send Buntastic pics,” she added. Take a look at the hilarious photo here!
Lola, now 17, even commented on the post, saying, “My biggest fear is still when people dress up in these costumes — like why it’s literally horrifying.” Although fans were loving the photos as they took to the comments section to respond.
“That’s a winner!!!” one person said, with another saying, “Loving all these creepy Easter Bunny pics!” “I am sure Lola is mortified! You are a great Mom, you, like most Moms, embarrass your daughter by just breathing!!” a user added.
The TV host shares Lola, Michael, 21, and her youngest, 16-year-old Joaquin, with her husband, Mark Consuelos. The loving pair have been married for 22 years. “I’m crazy about my wife,” the 47-year-old gushed earlier this year in an Fox News interview. “It’s nice to be married to your best friend.” The actor also said he believes he and his wife have stayed together thanks to their own parents never splitting up.
“We both come from families, our parents are still together,” he continued. “Family is super important to us. We have three great kids, and that also bonds you, having that experience together.”
“She’s also really patient and really tolerant,” he added. “I think that’s a big key to the success of our long [marriage]. We’ve been married forever!” While the two have a beautiful family, the Live With Kelly and Ryan cohost did reveal she wishes she would have had another child.
“I am regretful that we didn’t have more. There is [sic] many different reasons,” the All My Children alum said on the February 5 episode of her show. “First of all, triangulation. When they are small … you always have two against one. It is just the way it is, it’s unavoidable … But I also just loved having them. I adore them as the grown-ups that they’ve become … but when they are tiny, they are just so adorable. And they say amazing things, and I miss all of that.”