Twenty years later and still head over heels in love? Um, can you say relationshipgoals? Kelly Ripa and her husband, Mark Consuelos, have officially hit the 20-year mark in their marriage and we couldn't be happier for the too-cute pair. Two whole decades of wedded bliss is certainly nothing to shake a stick at (specifically in Hollywood, right Jen and Ben, Gwen and Gavin, Kourtney and Scott..?), so of course the Live With Kelly and Michael co-host had to mark the momentous occasion with a super sweet Instagram snap. And why not? Any anniversary (but especially 20 of 'em!) is reason to celebrate.
It's crazy to think that it's been 20 whole years since Ripa t said "I do" to her actor beau — especially since the talk show host looks just as lovely today as she did walking down the aisle. Don't believe us? Well, Ripa actually brought her wedding dress along on her and her hubby's anniversary vacation earlier this week. (Because yes, it still fits her...) "I didn't buy it as a wedding dress. I just bought it because it was really pretty, and I wanted to buy something from the Barney's Warehouse sale," Ripa recently shared with People. "I said to myself, 'I bet if I buy this maybe it will be an investment piece. Maybe I will wear it more than once.' I swear to you I wear it constantly. It's a beach cover up now. I wear it all the time. It was the best $199 I ever spent in my life."
But pulling out her one-time wedding dress wasn't the only way Ripa celebrated her anniversary this week. The blonde beauty also shared the sweetest celebratory photo of her and her hubby via Instagram on Sunday.
"The Roaring 20s!" Ripa captioned the snapshot that shows her and Consuelos embracing and looking just oh so in love. "I love you," she wrote tagging her hubby. "cheerstotwentyyears"
The couple originally met when they were both starring on the soap opera All My Children, before tying the knot in 1996. Now, with 20 years of marriage and three children under their belts, it seems that they're just as adorable (and in love!) now as they were then. We want your secret, guys!