Kelly Ripa loves a family photo but her latest really left her disappointed. The Live with Kelly and Ryan host couldn’t wait to share the news that her debut book, Live Wire, had become a bestseller.
But when she called her children, Joaquin, Lola and Michael, they didn’t exactly look impressed.
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Kelly took to Instagram stories with a snapshot of them all on video call with Kelly in the bottom corner smiling with joy.
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Her daughter and sons, however, appeared to have just woken up with vacant expressions on their faces. Lola was looking the other way and Joaquin and Michael had their heads resting on their hands.
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Kelly recognized their lack of enthusiasm and captioned the image: “As you can see, my kids were super impressed that i made the best sellers list….”
Kelly’s children didn’t look very excited for her
Hopefully, the mom-of-three had a little more excitement from within the walls of her family home as she currently has her parents, Esther and Joseph, living with her and husband, Mark Consuelos.
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Kelly addressed the shift in living situations while promoting her book recently in NYC when she told guests the reason behind the move.
Kelly’s children have all left home
She explained that due to her mom’s recent heart surgery, her parents had opted to temporarily call Kelly’s pad their home.
And with a price tag of $27million, we’re pretty sure they’ll feel very comfortable indeed.
She added more details on Late Night With Seth Meyers, when she said: “We were kind of empty nesters and then my mom had heart surgery. So now we’re living with my parents. And Mark’s like, ‘That didn’t take long.’ The nest is full again but with older people.”
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