'Missed my girl!': Kelly Ripa shares pics of emotional family reunion with daughter Lola
Lola moved away from home to pursue her career abroad and came back this year
LONDON, UK: Kelly Ripa reunited with her daughter after years and couldn't resist sharing her feelings on Instagram. Lola, a talented singer, had moved away from home to enhance her career prospects but is now back with her famous parents in London.
The series of stories shared by 'The Live with Kelly and Ryan' star shows her 21-year-old daughter reading Kelly’s recently released autobiography ‘Live Wire’ where she shares instances from all spheres of her life, including her initial days as host, family, and lots more. Among the photographs shared, Lola can be seen flipping through the pages of the book, and with an animated reaction. Kelly captioned the picture, “Juicy”, and on another, she wrote, "Missed my girl more than words can describe."
The doting mother of three had earlier talked about Lola’s take on some of the stories she described. In an interview with Daily Mail, Kelly shared that Lola was surprised why her mother didn't just walk out from the show with drama around her early days.
"My daughter really said 'Why? Why didn't you quit?' And I said to her, 'Because we don't quit when things get tough. [Most] people don't have the option to quit when things get tough and that's not how I was raised,“ she said to Lola, according to Hello.
She added, "That's not how I'm raising you. We don't quit just because things are hard, because things don't feel good. That's what work is. That's why they don't call it vacation. I don't say I'm going to my vacation. I say I'm going to my job,"
The book has excited fans and there have been interesting reactions since its release in September, reports Hello.
Her other two children have followed in the footsteps of their mother and are devoted to their choice of career. Kelly has a son Michael, 24, and an inspiring actor, Joaquin, 19, who studies at the University of Michigan, with a keen interest in wrestling. When asked during the interview with Daily Mail how she raised her kids, Kelly said, "We want to raise productive people who are thoughtful and selfless.” The star further added, "I wanted to raise good, caring, generous, thoughtful people who are professional, who are polite, who don't expect the world handed to them."