Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos Celebrate Christmas on the Slopes — and Share Gift from 'Favorite' Kid
The talk show co-host posted a sweet photo of the couple in front of their Christmas tree
Merry Christmas from the Consuelos fam!
The Live with Kelly and Ryan co-host, 49, also revealed a gift she received from her youngest child, son Joaquin, 16: a small painting of the moon on a miniature canvas. For his dad, Joaquin painted a mountain range.
Ripa also posted videos of her and Consuelos hitting the slopes, and Consuelos posted a video of himself driving a snowblower outside.
“My new gift?” he wrote.
And alongside a selfie of the pair on a ski lift, Ripa wrote, “Naughty and nice.”
Earlier this month, Ripa unveiled the family’s holiday greeting card on her ABC talk show, showing off Lola’s trendy silk slip dress in the photos, which were taken during their photo shoot for PEOPLE’s Beautiful Issue earlier this year. Lola, a freshman at New York University, paired the dress with strappy heels and gold bracelets.
“I did not run this by the children, my husband — that is me trying to run into the photo to catch myself in the photo, too,” she said, proudly showing off the creative pictures, which were taken by photographer Miller Mobley.
“You guys, I don’t think you appreciate [the fact that] I’m in the Christmas card!” Ripa said. “The fact that 22 years later I finally made it into a Christmas card makes me enormously happy.”
She also shared the cards on Instagram, writing, “With love, The Consuelos Family Mark, Kelly, Michael, Lola and Joaquin (Chewie not pictured).”
Ripa also stunned in the photo in a white feathered skirt and black tank, which the talk show host paired with a cream-colored blazer in a few of the snaps. Both Lola and her mother were styled by Audrey Slater.
The men of the family, Mark, Michael, and Joaquin, all looked sharp in suit jackets.
“We try not to deviate from how we were raised,” Ripa said, noting that she and her husband were both taught to appreciate “the stuff that you cannot buy, which is being together.”
“They’re making more stuff all the time, but they’re not making more time,” she added. “So time is really the thing we value.”