Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos share the steamy secrets of their amazing sex life after 24 years of marriage
Bravo executive and talk show host Andy Cohen, who recently tested positive for COVID-19 and followed it up with a five-week self-isolation, manages to bring out the juicy gossip every time. What started as a regular radio conversation quickly turned into a chat about sex.
Kelly Ripa and Andy joined SiriusXM host Bruce Bozzi for a special show — 'Quarantined with Bruce' — during which, most present on the line shared details from their sex lives, especially Kelly and her husband Mark Consuelos. The couple had a few interesting tips to dole out about how one can keep the spark alive.
But before they got to that, Kelly asked Andy how long he had gone without sex. Referring to his isolation period, he said: "Since before this has started." Mark, interestingly, had a different answer. He said he hadn't had sex for 17-and-a-half-years, hinting at the time when he was a virgin. "I've been on the ride since," TooFab quoted him as saying.
Andy and Kelly wanted to get more out of Mark. They asked if he has taken any breaks from sex ever since he became sexually active. To this, Mark said that there's no sex when he is on the road. But Kelly jumped right in and said there was this one time he was in Australia for a seven-month project. "But you came right smack dab in the middle," Mark answered.
Elaborating on their sex lives and how they manage to keep it going, Kelly pointed out that what worked for them was finding each other at the right time and sharing a comfort level, because of which they are able to experiment.
"We were really pliable. We were pliable to each other. We really learned each other well and so with that comes a certain level of comfort and confidence and experimentation. We have fun, we enjoy," she further added.
Clearly, the couple's healthy sex life can be attributed to the running and keeping a family together for 24 years. They share three kids — Michael, 22; Lola, 18; and Joaquin, 17 — who, they said, don't miss an opportunity to make fun of both of them. In a nutshell, the Ripa-Consuelos household is staying home, healthy and happy during these uncertain times.