Live host Kelly Ripa boasts about ‘healthy’ sex life with husband Mark Consuelos after 23 years of marriage – The Sun

KELLY Ripa has proudly boasted of her "healthy" sex life with husband, Riverdale star Mark Cnsuelos, after 23 years of marriage.

The TV host made an appearance on SiriusXM’s Quarantined with Bruce show on THursday with pal Andy Cohen, and the conversation came round to abstinence, with Kelly roping husband Mark on to the phone to ask him: "What's the longest you've ever gone without [sex]?"

"Seventeen and a half years," retorted Mark, discussing the time before he lost his virginity, but the conversation led to Kelly admitting that the pair "have fun" and are comfortable with each other after so many years.

The pair married in 1996 and have three children together.

“I think we found each other at the right time in our lives,” Kelly told host Bruce Bozzi.

“We were really young, not that that’s the right time in somebody’s life, but we were really like, pliable, right?"

"Like we were pliable to each other," she continued.

"We really, like, learned — we learned each other well and so with that comes a certain level of comfort and confidence and experimentation and just fun, like, we have fun."

Kelly, who hosts Live with Kelly and Ryan on ABC, recently broke down in tears on TV as she paid tribute to family friend John Callahan, who died unexpectedly aged 66 at the end of March.

He and Kelly starred together on All My Children for years, and have been friends for decades.

Kelly, 49, shared: "I had a really a bad weekend this weekend. A very dear friend of mine for many, many years, almost 30 years, passed away over the weekend.

“He was a great actor, a really good friend. One of the funniest people I've ever met.

“He was the ex-husband of my first-born son's godmother, Eva LaRue. His name was John Callahan. He was 66 years old—way too young to be taken from us.”

Kelly apologized to the audience if she “seems out of it” because she really actually is “terribly out of it.”

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