Kelly Ripa loves nothing more than spending her downtime at home – and we don't blame her!
The Live with Kelly and Ryan star has an incredible townhouse located in the Upper East Side of the city, and shared a glimpse inside it on social media over the long weekend.
On Sunday, the TV host took to Instagram to post a picture of herself relaxing in bed with her pet dog Lena.
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The star was all smiles as she posed next to her beloved pet, and captioned the image: "Lena re sleeps."
Kelly has lived in the Upper East Side of Manhattan since 2013, after purchasing it from fashion mogul Luca Orlandi and his wife, supermodel Oluchi Onweagba.
The house has some pretty impressive features, including its own elevator that takes the family up onto their rooftop garden, which boasts beautiful views of the city's iconic skyline.
Kelly Ripa inside her bedroom in New York
The family also have a beautiful house in the Hamptons which boasts sea views, and is a firm favorite place to go to in the summer months.
Kelly and Mark are now empty nesters in their large home, as their youngest son Joaquin moved out to go to college in September.
Unlike his older siblings Michael and Lola, Joaquin opted to study away from New York, and has gone to the University of Michigan.
Kelly lives in a townhouse in Manhattan with husband Mark Consuelos
The proud parents have gone to visit Joaquin on several occasions, while he has returned home for the holidays and special occasions.
Kelly and Mark's daughter Lola is still studying in New York, while their oldest child Michael is carving out a career as an actor in his own right.
Having graduated from college in 2020, he is now following in the footsteps of his famous parents. Last year, he appeared in Riverdale playing a younger version of his dad's character Hiram Lodge.
Kelly and Mark with their three children
Proud dad Mark found the experience exciting and "emotional" as he watched his firstborn follow in his footsteps.
Chatting about working with his son during an interview with Esquire, he said: "Working with my son was probably one of the most exciting things I've gotten to experience. "It was emotional for me, to see him practicing his lines and coming to set. He was so earnest about it. it really was a bucket-list moment for me."
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