This Is What Kelly Ripa Received From Mark Consuelos On Their Anniversary

Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos have officially reached their silver anniversary. The two celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary on Saturday, according to People. The “Live with Kelly and Ryan” co-host and “Riverdale” actor met on the set of “All My Children” in 1995, where the two played on-screen lovers. One year later, they married in Vegas and now share three children together — Michael (23), Joaquin (18), and Lola (19).

Ripa celebrated the day by posting on Instagram some throwback pictures of her and husband over the years. In her caption, the daytime talk show host said, “Thank you for all of the dreams you made reality” to Consuelos, who then commented, “Thank you for saying yes.” On his Instagram, Consuelos posted a video montage of photographs of the happy couple together. Ripa responded, “Some of these pics are never before seen. As in, I’ve never seen them before.” And along with the social media love, Consuelos also gave Ripa the “best gift ever,” which she also shared online.

Consuelos put together a photo album of his favorite memories of the two together

In addition to the Insta love, Mark Consuelos put together a photo album of their life together. Kelly Ripa even shared a few pages of the book in her Instagram Story, according to ET. It not only included photos from the births of their three children, but a heartfelt note that said, “If I were to write a book of our story, these are the 25 places that could have their own chapter. All of these places mean so much to me — and hopefully to you too.” Talk about adorable. 

When speaking about their marriage before, Ripa told SiriusXM’s “Radio Andy” that she “saw [her] husband in a photograph before [she] saw him, and [she] knew,” and in that moment she “saw [her] entire future with him flash before” her eyes (via Hello!). If you needed proof that love at first sight was real, just look at Ripa and Consuelos who have now been happily together for a quarter of a century.

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