Kelly Ripa Just Shared Her Family Christmas Card (And It's Giving Us All the Feel-Good Vibes)

When the holiday season rolls around, we look forward to many things, one of them being the annual Consuelos family Christmas card.

Now that December has begun, Kelly Ripa just revealed what her family's card will look like for this year, and it included a vacation photo that looked very familiar. The Live with Kelly and Ryan host pointed out in her caption that she had actually shared this photo previously, saying, “Repurposed vacation photo [Christmas tree emoji]. #fbf #holiday #fam.”

The photo was taken during a trip the family made to Italy back in July, and it features the group smiling and sun-bathed. Ripa had originally shared the snap in the summer, along with a caption that said, “Two weeks ago in paradise, famiglia edition.”

Now, the image is framed with a white border and golden text that says “Happy Holidays.” Underneath the main message it says “The Consuelos Family” and then all five members of the fam are listed: “Mark, Kelly, Michael, Lola and Joaquin.”

Fellow celebs left warm responses to the card in the comments, like Carrie Ann Inaba, who said, “You all…such a special and beautiful family…happy holidays!” Actor Dondré T. Whitfield said, “I’m using this as my family holiday card.”

The Consuelos's 2021 card is a change of pace from what they usually send. For the last couple of years, the crew has used professional portraits as the main photo, and last year, Kelly and Mark weren't even featured in the pics. When Ripa shared the family's 2020 card, she said, “Behold the card. We wish you health, happiness and a break from 2020. Back of the card says it all : @millermobley.”

We are loving the vacay pic. Happy holidays to the Consuelos family!

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