Mark Consuelos Has Fans Hysterical as He Attempts to Figure Out Kelly Ripa’s Love Language

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Mark Consuelos Has Fans Hysterical as He Attempts to Figure Out Kelly Ripa’s Love Language


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You'd think after close to 28 years of marriage, Mark Consuelos would know what little things make Kelly Ripa feel loved and appreciated. As it turns out, he may need a little guidance in this department, and she's totally OK with that.

The Live With Kelly and Mark co-hosts appeared on the March 4 episode of Watch What Happens Live, and the two were asked if they were familiar with each other's love languages. At the time, Consuelos couldn't exactly determine Ripa's, which he brought up the next morning on their ABC daytime show.

"We had fun on Andy's show last night, that was a lot of fun," Consuelos began the conversation. "They asked both of us, 'Do you guys know each other's love language?' And I was like, 'What is that?' Kelly was very quick and I'm like, 'I don't know, like rub your feet and I read you a book or something?' And she's like, 'He doesn't know what love language is.'"

As the audience and Ripa cracked up, Consuelos revealed he'd been thinking about it since, and shared what he wished he would have said.

"I think your love language is being married to a guy who wouldn't know what that means," he said. "It's one of those things. If I came to you one night and I was like, 'Sweetie, can we talk about our love language?' You would puke in the bed!"

"First of all, I would never puke in the bed. Calm down," Ripa replied in between laughs. "But that is a good point. I just know what your love language is and I think that you don't know what my love language is. And that is very appealing to me, you're right. So, we're both right."

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Upon seeing Consuelos and Ripa's hilarious interaction on air, people couldn't help but relate to it online.

"I love them!!! That’s exactly what happens with my husband, our love language is just us, being us!" one person commented on Instagram. "This had me lmao! So good," another wrote. "Whatever it is, it has worked out for the both of you!!!!! ❤️❤️❤️❤️🙏🙏🙏🙏," a different follower added.

For those who are unfamiliar with the concept of love languages, the idea came about in 1995 after the release of author, speaker and counselor Gary Chapman's book, The 5 Love Languages: The Secret to Love That Lasts. The bestseller asserts that people have different ways they want love to be expressed to them, and knowing these can help folks navigate all kinds of relationships. The five main concepts from the book are: words of affirmation, quality time, physical touch, acts of service and receiving gifts.

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