Kelly Ripa Stops by 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' and Talks about Son Michael Adjusting to Adult Life in Brooklyn

Kelly Ripa recently appeared on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" to share about his "chronically poor" eldest son, Michael, after experiencing paying for his own rent.

Tuesday's episode of "Jimmy Kimmel Live" saw Kelly Ripa as the mother-of-three shared her eldest son, Michael's, life after moving out of their home to Brooklyn.

MICHAEL'S INDEPENDENT LIFE

As part of his adulting life, the 22-year-old has to pay for his bills, including his own rent. Hence, every holiday gift from his grandparents is something he eagerly anticipates.

Kelly Ripa guests on "Jimmy Kimmel Live." | Source: Youtube.com/JimmyKimmelLive

Kelly Ripa guests on "Jimmy Kimmel Live." | Source: Youtube.com/JimmyKimmelLive

She said:

"I think he loves the freedom. He hates paying his own rent and he's chronically poor. I don't think he ever really experienced extreme poverty like now."

She also shared that Michael used to ignore Halloween money sent to him, but now he calls just to ask if the envelope has come.

The "Live with Kelly and Ryan" host also shared her encounter with her husband, Mark Consuelos, after they brought their son to the dorm for his freshman year. She recalled:

"We drop him off at his dorm. We have lunch together. We look at each other. We say, 'We did it. We have a child in college. We did it! Oh my gosh! We come home. It's about ten minutes away. We walk through the front door and he is standing in the hallway."

Kelly Ripa attends 6th Annual Save The Children Illumination Gala at the American Museum of Natural History. | Source: Getty Images

Kelly Ripa attends 6th Annual Save The Children Illumination Gala at the American Museum of Natural History. | Source: Getty Images

It is important for their kids to value and take care of relationships with the people around them and connect with their peers in school and at work.

KELLY SHARES ABOUT HER OTHER KIDS

Michael is a student at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, while Ripa's daughter Lola recently started university at NYU.

Unlike her brother, Lola was more excited to leave home, but not the benefits of living with her parents.

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Ripa shared:

"Drop her off on a Saturday, Sunday evening our alarm trips. My daughter's having a party on the roof of our house. She was gone 12 hours and came home."

Ripa and Consuelo's youngest is Joaquin, 16, who is, according to the host, "not allowed to apply to NYU." She quipped: "He's not allowed to apply in the tri-state area."

PIECES OF ADVICE FROM MARK AND KELLY

Although sometimes showing tough love on their kids, Ripa and Consuelos had imparted pieces of advice to their children, especially when it comes to maintaining relationships.

It is important for their kids to value and take care of relationships with the people around them and connect with their peers in school and at work.

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The couple also emphasized on commitments and how it is wrong to drop one when a better proposal is given to you. They also told their children to fight for themselves. Ripa shared:

"I always say this; I counter-troll with love. I never really take it [seriously]. I sometimes wish people could hear my voice as I'm saying it out loud. You don't really have the proper context."

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