- On Wednesday, Kelly Ripa shared a photoshopped Instagram of herself lying on a pile of bread.
- In response, Kelly's husband and Riverdale star Mark Consuelos left a flirty comment on his wife's new picture.
- Kelly and her LIVE with Kelly and Ryan co-host Ryan Seacrest are searching for the best bread in the country for a segment called Bread Club Week.
Looks like Kelly Ripa is taking LIVE with Kelly and Ryan's Bread Club Week pretty seriously.
In case you've missed the last few episodes of LIVE, Kelly and Ryan Seacrest are currently on a mission to find the country's best loaf as part of a segment called Bread Club Week. To promote their search, Kelly regrammed the below photo from the show's special @LiveBreadClub account. As you can see, it features Kelly lounging luxuriously on a pile of bread (such a mood, by the way) with the caption, “Loaves and bit&@%s.”
The hilariously photoshopped picture prompted Kelly's husband of 23 years Mark Consuelos to flirtatiously comment,"Made me hungry." Not surprisingly, fans went crazy for the Riverdalestar's remark. One said it was an "underrated comment," while another jokingly warned Mark that he should be jealous because "Kelly is calling bread her lover now."
Fans aside, Marisol Nichols, Mark's on-screenRiverdale wife, also joined in on the fun and asked, "Why is this so hot?"
Of course, fans of Kelly and Mark know that this is far from the first time the pair have publicly flirted on each other's Instagram accounts. Back in January, Kelly got cheeky when Mark took over the Riverdale Instagram page. On a photo of her hubby, she wrote, "Oooooooooooo. Daddy, I love when you take over." 👀
And then there was the time Mark posted a photo of his chiseled biceps on Instagram in November of last year. "Are you kidding me right now? I turn my phone off for two hours and you break that out?" Kelly commented on it, with fire, muscular arms, and sweat droplet emojis.
Clearly, these two have a shared sense of humor and love for PDA.
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