Mark Consuelos and Kelly Ripa ‘Disgust’ Kids With French Kissing

Mark Consuelos and Kelly Ripa are one of the horniest-on-main celebrity couples maybe ever, with Ripa frequently sharing thirsty photos of Consuelos’ jacked physique on Instagram along with the usual date night selfies.Apparently the PDA-prone couple really annoy their three kids with how demonstrably affectionate they can be… so Ripa and Consuelos find it funny to pretend to French kiss in front of them. “You know the romance languages. The Europeans, we’re both from that descent. There’s the French kiss, one of my favorites,” Consuelos said during an episode of Live With Kelly and Mark this week. “One of our kids’ favorites when we’re doing it. They love that.” He then added: “We fake it, we fake it.””We make them think we’re Frenching,” said Ripa, “because it disgusts them.” STEFANI REYNOLDS//Getty ImagesConsuelos and Ripa might be couple goals right now, but Consuelos has freely admitted to having been a bit of a player back in his single days. In fact, he recently provided an insight into how he used to approach relationships in a segment of the show discussing Vanderpump Rules star Tom Sandoval, who was caught cheating on his girlfriend Ariana Madix with her best friend Raquel Leviss.”One of the people on this reality show was dating this girl for nine years and he had an affair with her best friend,” said. “Right there you know that’s bad. There’s so many other women to have affairs with. Tom, rookie mistake, dude… Never ever ever the sister. And then a close second? Never ever the best friend. And those can probably go either way.”Consuelos continued to list another one of Sandoval’s mistakes was to keep evidence of the affair on his phone, saying: “Never record yourself with the mistress.” Sitting right next to him, a seemingly genuinely shocked Ripa commented to the booing audience: “Ladies, do you realize that I’m getting such a window into who Mark Consuelos is?”Philip Ellis is a freelance writer and journalist from the United Kingdom covering pop culture, relationships and LGBTQ+ issues. His work has appeared in GQ, Teen Vogue, Man Repeller and MTV.

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