Kelly Ripa's Glittering Holiday Outfit Is All Shades of Naughty and Nice — See the Photo
"Live with Kelly and Ryan" host Kelly Ripa sizzled in her holiday best this Christmas; although it began on a nostalgic note, she ended it being "nice and naughty."
Ahead of Christmas Day, Kelly Ripa took a trip down memory lane with pictures that reminded her of happy times, which she followed up on by sharing present-day memories made with her family.
With the big holiday now in the rear-view, Ripa shared that she can be naughty and nice alongside a picture of her creative look for Christmas, candy canes, and all.
Ripa began the festive season with throwback pictures taken of her and longtime husband Mark Consuelos as children on Christmas in the early 1970s, and she kept the cuteness coming with more posts.
More reminiscing followed, as Ripa stepped back into the time she starred as Hayley in the soap "All My Children" alongside Consuelos, who played the role of Mateo.
HER POST-CHRISTMAS LOOK
However, after celebrating Christmas, Ripa, who turned 50 on October 2, showed off her dazzling look with a cheeky post to social media writing, "Christmas #2020 Nice n Naughty ???."
Dressed in a halterneck top that shimmered in deep green, its plunging neckline showed a little bit of cleavage and a lot of skin tucking into a red, high-waisted skirt.
The outfit accentuated Ripa's fit figure, but her face told another story. With hair tied back into a low bun, oversized glasses bedazzled with candy canes framed her somewhat pouting face.
Mark Consuelos and Kelly Ripa will also return to the place their love began.
LOVE WITH MARK & KELLY
Consuelos and Ripa starred together on "All My Children" from 1995 until 2002, the show where they first met and fell in love after their instant spark turned into a flame that would last.
A year after the couple started dating, they tied the knot. On May 1, 1996, Consuelos and Ripa eloped in Sin City after he proposed to Ripa over pizza and wine at his apartment shortly before.
Now, the pair are as in love as the day they married twenty-four years ago, and they have three children, Lola, Michael, and Joaquin, that make up the tight family of five.
But Mark Consuelos and Kelly Ripa will also return to the place their love began. According to reports, ABC Studios have a sequel in the pipeline for "All My Children."
The daytime drama called "Pine Valley" will feature Ripa and Consuelos as executive producers along with Andrew Stearn. Even though they are set to make cameo appearances, it will feature an all-new cast.