April 06, 2020
Actress Kelly Ripa shared her quarantine experience with her Instagram followers by sharing a picture of her pet dog in the bathtub.
Kelly Ripa believes that the dog days of quarantine are already upon us, and showed why she thinks so by uploading a picture of her pet dog covered in a towel after a bath. The actress captioned the post thus:
"Dog days of quarantine are upon us. #Chewie #Stayhome."
Ripa's pet dog, Chewie, looked so cute in the picture, looking intently at the camera, with its fur wet and curly after her bath. One of those who commented on Ripa's post referred to the dog as he, adding that Chewie was old, prompting her to reply thus:
"With all due, she's a lady and doesn't like being called old."
Kelly Ripa's friend Faith Ford also commented on the post, saying that she was happy to see the picture of Chewie because she loved the dog so much, to which Ripa replied, saying that Chewie was pissed.
Another friend of Ripa, Tiler Peck, laughed over the picture, saying that his family also bathed their dogs yesterday and that the pets look funny when they are wet.
With many Americans locked indoors due to the coronavirus pandemic, Kelly Ripa spoke about a trend she has noticed in this period.
Kelly Ripa is practicing social distancing at home with her three children, Michael, Lola, and Joaquin, as well as her husband, Mark Consuelos, and her dog.
Mark's 49th birthday was on Monday, and his family was on hand to celebrate with him. Kelly Ripa also took to Instagram to pay special tribute to the actor.
In the post, the mother of three wished her husband a happy birthday and said that there is nobody she would rather be locked down with, in the quarantine season than him.
Accompanying Ripa's post was a video compilation showing moments she and Mark shared, with a Latino track playing in the background.
With many Americans locked indoors due to the coronavirus pandemic, Kelly Ripa spoke about a trend she has noticed in this period, during a home episode of "Live with Kelly and Ryan."
The television show host noted that there was a growing trend in this quarantine season, whereby people were cutting their hair out of boredom, and she joked that it isn't out of boredom, but due to alcohol consumption.