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Kelly Ripa and her husband Mark Consuelos has shown that the style of the secrets they have shared with their children over the years.
The couple and their three children, Michael, 21, Lola, 17, and Joaquin, 16, spoke with People magazine Beautiful Issue to discuss fashion, beauty, and learning from each other.
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“It is a cliché, but beauty really is something that comes from within. And our children, who get,” Consuelos, 48, told the outlet.
Ripa, 48, added: “They already have enough photo on Instagram long enough to know how much can be distorted and filtered and changed, and so they are not fooled by what a picture says that you should look. That is not a real beauty.”
In a video of the interview, Ripa, the host of “Live! With Kelly and Ryan,” confessed that most of the family would be able to wear their clothes three days in a row.
“I will say, everyone here on this bank — with the exception of Lola — could possibly wear the same three days in a row. Except for Lola. Is that a fair statement?” she asked, to which everyone agreed.
“Or have three copies of the same,” Mark chimed in.
Kelly Ripa and her husband actor Mark Consuelos spoke with People about the style and beauty and wisdom that they have given to their three children. (Photo by Mark RALSTON / AFP) (Photo credit should read MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images)
Lola later explained the classic make-up advice of her mother passed to her, although she admitted it took a while to get it.
“I feel like every mother says this to their daughter, but certainly less is more, because when I first started wearing makeup in eighth grade, I look back at pictures and I said, ‘Oh, my god”,” Lola is well-known in the video.
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Meanwhile, Michael acknowledged how he learned about caring well for denim — after he had done the wrong thing.
“I was at school,” Michael said outlet. “And I get this call:” Mike. There is a pair of jeans here. And … they are washed, Michael. Is washed and dried. Do you know what happened here?’ So that is how I learned …”
“You don’t need to wash denim,” Consuelos voted in.
“But that was not the only problem with that situation, Michael. What was the problem? They were my jeans. You did that to my pants!” Consuelos added.