KELLY Ripa has shared a rare photo with her stunning daughter Lola and her dog Lena in celebration of National Dog Day.
The live presenter, 52, posted a sweet selfie with her 22-year-old doppelganger and their rescue pup on Instagram on Sunday.
Kelly wore sunglasses and a printed blue top, while Lola wore a green top while holding Lena in her arms.
The duo, both beaming with sun kisses, posed under a log cabin and appeared to be on vacation.
Kelly captioned the sweet snap: “Enjoying National Dog Day with Lola and Lena in Dog Days of Summer.”
The Generation Gap host cheekily claimed that her other dog, Chewie, took the picture.
Alarmed fans flooded the comments asking where Chewie was and if she was still alive.
One concerned follower asked: “Did Chewy die? I’m so sorry if she did,” and another asked, “Wait! Where’s Chewie?
A third user asked, “Where’s Chewie?”
One fan dismissed the concerns, arguing, “It was too hot for her to be outside because she’s older.”
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Kelly adopted Chewie, believed to be a Shih Tzu, from the North Shore Animal League.
A few years later, in March 2021, she rescued Lena, a Maltese-Shih-Tzu mix, from the Humane Society.
Kelly and her husband Mark Consuelos keep a busy household with their two dogs and three children – Michael, 26, Lola and Joaquin, 20.
Lola – who holidayed in Greece with her parents last month – has burst into the spotlight over the past year thanks to her blossoming music career.
She released her first song, Paranoia Silver Lining, last year and dropped it second track, Divine Timing, in July.
She told Extra News that she just “fell into music” after improving her singing skills in her high school choir.
“We [her high school chorus] could give solo concerts,” said the singer.
“I always chose Amy Winehouse and I liked it so much I thought, ‘I’ll take that and I’m going to keep doing it.'”
Lola explained that while she has famous parents, she doesn’t feel any pressure to live up to her fame as her parents are in different parts of the entertainment industry.
“Sometimes I might think… ‘What are other people going to say about that?’ especially since ‘Nepo Baby’ has become such a big deal,” she said.
“There’s no connection between the stress I feel and what they’re doing because they’re not in the music industry. Thank God!”
Since graduating from New York University, Lola has been busy advancing her music career.