Kelly Ripa took to social media today to share with her many followers a pic of her and Mark Consuelos’ daughter Lola wearing her prom dress. The teen was posing with her date and looked all grown up!
Lola looked stunning in a spaghetti strap lavender dress that had a high slit.
She accessorized her prom dress with a pair of strappy sandals and of course, the usual corsage (hers was a white rose.)
‘Prom night 2018,’ the proud mother captioned the photo.
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The TV personality’s daughter is turning 17 next week!
Lola is the happy couple’s only daughter and the middle child.
As you may know already, Kelly and Mark are also the parents of 21-year-old Michael and Joaquin, 15.
On LIVE, Kelly revealed that she had already been at Lola’s pre-prom bash.
‘They are now hosting some events where you, as parents, are actually allowed to attend and take pics, so that you have them, and then your daughter can deny you from showing them on your talk show,’ the co-host joked.
‘That is how it went for my son as well. It was unbelievable. I am, like, ‘I’m not sure why you’re robbing me of the privilege that all of the other parents get to immediately post their photos on Instagram, why can’t I?’ And they are like, ‘You know why,’’ Kelly went on.
The doting mom also shared with her audience that it was Mark who set the curfew and other rules for their daughter to follow on prom night but that she was an expert negotiator and still got her way.
‘I want my daughter to negotiate my next contract. She’s a trained assassin. I’d never seen a kid negotiate a contract this way, and then at a certain point, she had us negotiating against ourselves. She’s that good. She was truly remarkable in getting extra time out of us, and then she did the baller move of all baller moves: She showed up a bit early so we were like, ‘She is so responsible!’ Even though she had negotiated a full two hours past what time we had thought was appropriate. She came home 15 minutes early, and she is like, ‘See? I’m home.’’