Kelly Ripa drove fans wild with the new outfit she wore for Monday's edition of her 'Live' show
One of the best things about going to the beach is that bronzed glow that people get and that they can show it off to the world.
That’s exactly Kelly Ripa’s case. During the edition of Live with Kelly and Ryan aired on April 2, 2018, Ripa proved that her recent tropical vacation next to her husband, Mark Consuelos, made her look even better.
As reported by Entertainment Daily, the audience was captivated not only by her skin but also by the outfit she chose for the show. She wore a blue spotted Gucci blouse paired with a black Roland Mouret skirt and a pair of blue Gianvito Rossi heels.
The official Instagram account of the show uploaded a video of Ripa flaunting her figure and clothes before the show started.
As soon as fans watched that video, they took to the comments section to share their thoughts. Karen Deagle, an Instagram user, was one of them as she admitted that the heels were stunning. She even thanked Ripa for returning from vacation.
Laurie Inserra-Clements chimed in pointing out that she still got a ‘matronly’ style and that, once in a while, she wears something fresh and pretty to accent her ‘bubbly’ personality.
Sheri Coleman also commented that it was an ‘awesome’ outfit and that she should wear more skirts with the zipper in the back, just as the one she put on that day, as they look great on her.
Even though Ripa is loved by many, there are several people who criticize her every time they can. On March 25, Consuelos took to Instagram to post a photo showing Ripa in the beach during their vacation and a few users attacked her.
A couple of days later, Consuelos himself wrote a long comment on his own photo and deleted most of the negative ones. He admitted that Ripa was one of the most committed people he has ever known regarding working out.
He added that she can wear a bikini at 47 years old and that she will probably do it for many more years to come. He finished writing that he loved Ripa and that she should ‘keep killing it.’