Mark Consuelos’ plan to beat the heat may be working a little too well! Kelly Ripa has teased her husband for shaving his head amid a summer heat wave, telling ‘Live’ co-host Ryan Seacrest that her longtime husband parting with his locks had a bigger effect. extreme than expected.
“Now he’s cold all the time,” she said, noting that the actor “usually has a lot of hair” that’s not only “thick” but also “silky.”
Although Kelly admitted that Mark’s decision to part with his lush mane may not have gone exactly as planned, Kelly and Ryan both noted that the new ‘do’ accentuated Mark’s chiseled face. !
“I guess he’s smiling in this pic,” Kelly teased, as Ryan marveled at the ‘Riverdale’ star’s natural contour.
“What’s he doing with those cheekbones?!” said the media personality. “What kind of angle is that?”
Kelly and Mark, both 51, celebrated their 26th wedding anniversary this year and are known for maintaining a spicy marriage after all these years, but they’re just as candid about the challenges! And, they have proven that one of the secrets to their successful relationship is to avoid taking themselves too seriously!
Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos’ love affair over the past 25 years
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The couple are also proud parents of three children and love sticking with fans when it comes to their family life. With their youngest son, Joaquin, now in college, the “Generation Gap” host recently told Access Hollywood how much she and Mark are enjoying their newly empty nest.
In fact, the lovebirds recently enjoyed their first vacation together in 25 years, and Kelly loved how awesome it was to travel without kids — don’t tell them that!
“It was heaven on earth,” Kelly said, explaining that she and Mark realized they had to pretend to be “less excited” and even “bored” when talking to young people about their trip to solo.
“During this time, we weren’t bored at all,” smiles Kelly. “I went to the spa. The spa! I was like, ‘Do people go to spas?’ We went! We had a massage! It was amazing.”
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