Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos’ son thinks it’s ‘fine’ that they share steamy snaps on Instagram

Kelly Ripa and husband Mark Consuelos aren’t shy when it comes to giving their followers a glimpse into their personal lives, including some of their more intimate moments.

And the couple’s eldest son, Michael, 24, reluctantly shared his thoughts on their steamy social media during a performance on Live With Kelly And Ryan on Thursday, July 22.

Although Seacrest didn’t mention specific photos, Michael immediately went to a recent photo his mother had shared of his father eyeing her behind – which was taken during the family vacation to Italy.

On the spot: Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos’ eldest son Michael, 24, reluctantly shared his thoughts on their steamy social media during a performance on Live With Kelly And Ryan on Thursday, July 22

Burnt in his mind: Though Seacrest didn't mention any specific photos, Michael's mind immediately went to a recent snapshot his mom shared of his dad eyeing her behind — which was taken during the family's vacation to Italy

Burnt in his mind: Though Seacrest didn’t mention any specific photos, Michael’s mind immediately went to a recent snapshot his mom shared of his dad eyeing her behind — which was taken during the family’s vacation to Italy

“Oh man, look,” Michael said with a big smile, before stopping halfway through the sentence to clarify which photo Seacrest was referring to.

“The last one where it was the…” Michael added before stopping again.

When Ripa asked what he meant, her oldest child replied, “You know what I mean.”

After laughing with his mom and Seacrest, Michael admitted that he was okay with his parents’ messages, saying, “I’m fine with it.”

In the steamy photo posted two days earlier, Kelly is hunched over in a black one-piece bathing suit, with her shirtless husband standing behind her with a shocked smile on his face as he watched. directly at her derriere.

“When the end is in sight…” she wrote in the caption.

Hilarious!  Michael stumbled a bit over his words as he laughed and smiled at his parents' steamy social media posts over the years

Hilarious! Michael stumbled a bit over his words as he laughed and smiled at his parents’ steamy social media posts over the years

All good: After laughing with his mom and Seacrest, Michael admitted he's okay with the posts, saying, 'I think it's okay'

All good: After laughing with his mom and Seacrest, Michael admitted he’s okay with the posts, saying, ‘I think it’s okay’

While the three all laughed at the obvious elephant in the room – the photo of his father staring at the back of his mother – they all changed their tune when the “PG-rated one,” as Michael called it, flashed across the screen.

Michael made it clear that that’s “not the one” when he posed for the picture one evening with his father and younger brother Joaquin, 18, in Alberobello, Italy.

The statue was so dark that you could hardly see who was in it.

'PG one'": Michael made sure to clarify 'not the one' when the photo of himself posing with his father and younger brother Joaquin, 18, in Alberobello, Italy appeared on screen

‘PG one’: Michael made sure to make it clear that ‘wasn’t the one’ when the photo of himself posing with his father and younger brother Joaquin, 18, in Alberobello, Italy appeared on screen

Daddy's handy work: 'Who's that?  Who are those three boys?'  Ripa joked about her husband's camera work that made the photo look more like a silhouette of the three

Daddy’s handy work: ‘Who’s that? Who are those three boys?’ Ripa joked about her husband’s camera work that made the photo look more like a silhouette of the three

‘Who is that? Who are those three boys?’ Ripa joked about her husband’s camera work. It turns out he forgot to turn on the flash, which made the image look more like a silhouette of the three.

“I like it,” Michael said as everyone, including the people in the audience, laughed out loud.

After going over it some more, he added, “It’s like witness protection. I think it’s cool. I think it’s tough. I like it.’

While Ripa and Seacrest laughed at the idea that the dark silhouette was “sharp,” Michael clarified that his father is “watching too.”

Along with the joke: “It's like witness protection.  I think it's cool.  I think it's tough.  I like it,

Along with the joke: ‘It’s like witness protection. I think it’s cool. I think it’s tough. I like it,” Michael said about the dark dark silhouette photo

Don't: The co-hosts laughed with audience members at Michael's idea that the dark silhouette photo was 'edgy'

Don’t: The co-hosts laughed with audience members at Michael’s idea that the dark silhouette photo was ‘edgy’

While Michael didn’t seem too bothered by his parents’ social media exploits, his sister Lola Consuelos, 20, has previously referred to the ‘thirsty trap’ photos her mother posts of her father as ‘disgusting’.

During an interview with People last August, Lola called her mom’s selfie “ridiculous” and called her sexy photos of her dad “disgusting.”

“I blocked that out of my head,” Lola said before adding, “I forgot you even did that.”

Sister Embarrassed: Michael's sister Lola Consuelos, 20, has previously referred to the 'thirst trap' photos her mother posts of her father as 'disgusting';  the family is seen on their recent trip to Italy

Sister ashamed: Michael’s sister Lola Consuelos, 20, has previously referred to the ‘thirst trap’ photos her mother posts of her father as ‘disgusting’; the family is seen on their recent trip to Italy

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