Mark Consuelos's Son Michael Shares Pic from the Set of ‘Riverdale’ (& He's the Spitting Image of His Dad)

If we needed any convincing that Mark Consuelos's children look just like their father, this was the image to do it.

Michael, the eldest child of Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos, just made us do a double take with his latest post. After graduating from NYU in the spring of 2020, the 24-year-old has been starring as the younger version of his father on the hit CW series Riverdale. And now, he just uploaded a rare pic from the set.

The teen drama series will air the second half of its fifth season in August, and the mini Consuelos shared an iconic picture and captioned it, “8/18.”

In the photo, Michael is seen sitting a desk while sporting a slicked-back hairstyle and a pair of glasses. He tagged his father on a portrait that is seen hanging in the back of the room.

The father and son both portray the role of Hiram Lodge, a powerful businessman who acts as one of the main antagonists on the series. Consuelos has been a recurring character since season one, while his son started appearing as the younger version of the character in season two.

This is not the first time Michael has shared their resemblance to his Instagram. Earlier in July, he posted a selfie with his dad and said, “Same energy.”

Michael's parents showed their excitement in the comments, where Consuelos said, “Nice!!!” Meanwhile, Kelly Ripa jokingly wrote, “Son? Is that you??”

The eldest Consuelos child is no stranger to collaborating with his parents either. Just last week, he made a guest appearance on his mom's talk show, Live with Kelly and Ryan. He posted a shot from his visit on Instagram and said, “I’m a bit old for bring your kid to work day… but they didn’t kick me out, so I think it was okay.”

Please keep the Riverdale set pics coming, Michael.

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