Kelly Ripa is gearing up for a very special Mother's Day as she's been reunited with all three of her children.
The Live with Kelly and Ryan host looked thrilled in a photo she shared on Instagram in which she was flanked by her daughter, Lola, and sons, Joaquin and Michael.
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Kelly was front and center and holding a bouquet of flowers as her and Mark Consuelos' lookalike children beamed for the camera.
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She captioned it: "Bring your chickens to work day! (yes i posted the wrong pic first)." Her fans were delighted with the photo and couldn't get over how gorgeous her family is.
"You have a beautiful family happy Mother's Day," wrote one, while a second added: "Those are some stunning chickens Kelly," and her friend and news anchor, David Muir, reacted too. He commented: "Pretty darn cute chickens."
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Kelly will be excited to celebrate on Sunday with her brood as Joaquin no longer lives in New York, having relocated to Michigan for college.
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Michael and Lola both reside in The Big Apple so they're able to see Kelly as often as they want.
The celebrity couple's youngest son is a member of the wrestling team and they regularly head to Michigan to support him. They even have a rental close by where they stayed for several weeks at the start of the year.
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Joaquin has loved wrestling since he was a little boy and his parents couldn't be prouder of him following his dreams in the sport while at college.
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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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