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Kelly Ripa Shows Off Husband’s ‘Good Genes’ In Photo Showing Three Generations of Family

Mother of three Kelly Ripa is no stranger to getting compliments on her beautiful family.

The television host and her husband, Mark Consuelos, often share photos of their children, 21-year-old Michael, 17-year-old Lola, and 15-year-old Joaquin, with fans on social media.

Now, the celebrity duo is getting praised after the 47-year-old mom posted a photo showing three generations of Consuelos men to her Instagram.

On Tuesday, Ripa shared a photo of Mark, Michael, and Joaquin posing alongside the family patriarch, Saul Conseulos. She captioned the image, “Papi chulos 🔥🔥🔥🔥.”

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Papi chulos 🔥🔥🔥🔥

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Fans were quick to point out the uncanny resemblance between all four, and many applauded the Consuelos family on their good genes.

Some Instagram users commented:

Now that a bunch of handsome guys! Good genes.

Ur sons r handsome like their dad and grandfather. Very strong jeans!!!

Wow the Consuelos gene is very prominent

What a sweet picture Kellyripa. You are blessed. All them great looking Men. Wow

Wow the Apple doesn’t fall to far from the tree. Very handsome men

Last year, Ripa was given similar praise after posting a photo of her youngest child, Joaquin, heading off for his first day of school.

Fans gushed over the teen, calling him a “perfect combo” of his mom and dad, Dearly previously reported.

And their eldest child, Michael, looks so much like his dad that he landed a television role playing a younger version of his old man on CW’s “Riverdale,” ET reports.

Ripa and Consuelos first met on the set of “All My Children” and tied the knot in 1996.

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