Kelly Ripa and her husband Mark Consuelos are the envy of many when it comes to their appearance – as they both just never age!
And what's more, the Live with Kelly and Ryan star had quite the reaction to a recent comment about her husband's appearance – proving she isn't afraid to poke fun of herself.
The TV favorite had shared a picture of the Riverdale star relaxing outside at a restaurant in New York City.
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Kelly's followers were quick to comment on just how youthful the actor looked, with Gary Janetti writing: "Why does he never age?"
Kelly was quick to respond, replying: "@garyjanetti because I age for both of us. Ask all the doctors………"
Among the replies to the star's comments, one wrote: "You look amazing too," while another wrote: "You haven't aged in years." A third added: "You don't age either!"
Kelly Ripa had the best reaction to her husband Mark Consuelos' ageless photo
Kelly and Mark met on the set of All My Children and celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary last year.
The TV star in the past has described falling for Mark, as "love at first sight". "I saw my husband in a photograph before I saw him, and I knew," she said in an interview with SiriusXM's Radio.
"I wasn't looking to get married... but when I saw him, the photograph of him, I saw my entire future with him flash before - like I saw it. And I don't believe in any of that, but now I do. Because of that moment."
Kelly and Mark met on the set of All My Children
The pair live in the Upper East Side of Manhattan in a beautiful townhouse, and are doting parents to three grown-up children, Michael, 24, Lola, 20, and Joaquin, 19.
They recently became empty nesters after their youngest son went off to college.
This was a big change for the family, as Joaquin is the first of Kelly and Mark's children to go to college away from home, opting to study at the University of Michigan.
The celebrity couple became empty nesters last year
Their oldest two children, Michael and Lola, both chose to study at New York University.
Michael graduated from college in 2020 and is now following in the footsteps of his famous parents as an actor, appearing in Riverdale last year as a younger version of his dad's character Hiram Lodge.
Lola, meanwhile, is still studying, but is also interested in the performing arts.
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