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Kelly Ripa's Daughter Shows Off Her Tan In A Tiny Bikini At The Beach

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By Alisan Duran on June 17, 2024 at 8:00 AM EDT

Lola Consuelos, the daughter of TV personality Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos, recently took to Instagram Stories to share some sun-soaked snapshots in celebration of her friend's birthday. The aspiring singer delighted her followers with a series of beach photos that highlighted her stunning tan and fashionable swimwear choices.

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Lola Consuelos Hits The Beach

In one of the standout images, Lola is seen lounging on a blanket spread across the fine, white sand, enjoying the perfect beach day. The 23-year-old sat beside her friend, who sported a chic white two-piece swimsuit, while Lola herself opted for a stylish mismatched bikini ensemble. Her swimwear featured a tiny bikini top with delicate triangle cups paired with sequined gold bikini bottoms, perfectly complementing her sun-kissed complexion.

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Blowing Instagram Away In A Bikini

Lola Consuelos poses with a friend at the beach.
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The photos not only showcased Lola's fit physique and radiant tan but also gave a glimpse into the fun and relaxed atmosphere of the beach celebration. Lola's choice of a mismatched bikini added a touch of individuality and flair to her look, making her stand out even more in the picturesque beach setting.

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Looking Like A Beach Bombshell

As the daughter of one of television's most beloved hosts, Lola continues to carve out her own space in the public eye. Her latest Instagram update highlight her effortless style and vibrant personality, capturing the attention of her growing fanbase. Whether she's celebrating with friends or pursuing her musical aspirations, Lola's posts are always a blend of beauty, style, and a hint of the laid-back beach lifestyle.

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Working On Her EP

Over their 25+ years of marriage, Ripa and Consuelos have raised three children together: two sons, Micheal, 27, and Joaquin, 21, as well as a daughter, Lola. At the age of 20, Lola made a notable appearance on a virtual episode of "Live With Kelly and Ryan," where she shared insights into her life during quarantine.

This rare on-screen moment provided fans with a glimpse into Lola's world as she discussed how she was navigating the challenges and changes brought about by the pandemic. Her appearance not only highlighted her close relationship with her parents but also allowed viewers to connect with her on a personal level.

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While Lola has often preferred to remain out of the limelight, recent years have seen her emerge as a promising talent in the music industry. She has been actively pursuing her passion for music, marking her journey with the release of two singles and the commencement of work on her upcoming EP.

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Lola completed her freshman year at New York University in 2019, focusing her studies on music -- an area she is passionate about exploring. Her educational journey mirrored her older brother Michael's path, who graduated with a film degree from NYU in 2020.

Ripa has openly discussed her desire for her children to pursue their higher education away from home, aiming for them to gain independence and broaden their horizons.

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"College is where you start establishing yourself as an independent person, so when you send your kid away to college if your kid stays local...if she feels homesick, I have to say to her, 'You can't come home. You have to work it out,'" Ripa said during an interview on "On Air With Ryan Seacrest." |I treat it [like long-distance]. I did the same thing for my son. My main concern was, 'I don't know if you should be this close to home because I don't want you using home like it's your home. I want this to be your experience.'"

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