Kelly Ripa shocked ‘Generation Gap’ fans with her insane orange bikini instagram photo

It’s officially summer time, and Kelly Ripa juggles his TV show during the day Lives with Kelly and Ryan and her new host concert in the comedy quiz show Generation gap. While she may not always be in the sun, it has not stopped her from feeling nostalgic about past beach vacations. Not surprisingly, she looked amazing in her recurring image.

On July 7, Kelly posted a photo from a family vacation in 2008 on Instagram. Posing in the sea with her husband Mark Consuelostheir children (Michael, Lola and Joaquin) and her in-laws, the former All my children the actress looked amazing in a red bikini, sunglasses and a floppy hat.

“#tbt 2008,” she said to the post. “A Consuelo’s family reminder to watch Generation Gap tonight at 9pm, 8pm centrally on ABC. Bikinis optional. We’ve been bridging the gap for years! #Generationgap #abc.”

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Wow. We need to score an invitation to the next Consuelo’s tropical escape ASAP. If you’m not sure what Kelly is referring to in the caption, she’s talking about her new TV slot on ABC. Generation gap pairs seniors and juniors as they try to answer pop culture questions from each other’s generations.

‘Generation Gap’ on Hulu

Showing aside, fans wasted no time complimenting Kelly on her bikini look. Many could not help but feel shocked at how incredible the mother of three appeared.

“🔥😍❤️,” one person wrote. “Body size! 🙌🔥,” added another. “Great picture beautiful family ❤️,” said another fan.

What’s more, a follower expressed a wish that this dynamic duo should collaborate on a future episode of Generation gap: “I want to see. Your father-in-law & Joaquin would be the team I would most like to see. And happily delayed #nationalbikiniday!

We are so excited to see Kelly thrive and we hope to see more family photos from this year’s holiday soon!

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