Her 19-year-old daughter warned her this week not to even think about doing anything embarrassing on her upcoming 50th birthday on Friday.
But on Monday, Kelly Ripa focused on her sons Joaquin and Michael.
She marked National Sons Day by posting a photo to Instagram of her two boys posing at Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge at Disneyland.
Proud mama: Kelly Ripa posted a photo of her sons Michael, 23, and Joaquin, 17, at the Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge attraction in Disneyland to mark National Sons Day on Monday
Michael, 23, and Joaquin, 17, are pictured standing with their arms around each other and grinning happily for the camera.
Live With host Ripa shares her children with actor husband Mark Consuelos.
Meanwhile, the celebrity couple's daughter Lola got extremely alarmed when Hollywood star Gwyneth Paltrow posed nude for an Instagram pic to mark her 48th birthday on Sunday.
Lola texted her TV host mom, saying: 'You've been warned.'
Juggles career with family: The Live With host, 49, shares her sons and daughter Lola, 19, with actor husband Mark Consuelos
Don't do a Gwyneth: On Sunday, Lola made it clear to her mom that she didn't want her to do anything embarrassing to mark her 50th birthday on Friday
Don't embarrass me: The teen texted 'You've been warned' to her famous mother after Gwyneth Paltrow posed fully nude in an Instagram snap for her 48th birthday on Sunday
Don't follow in these GOOPy footsteps: Paltrow posted naked as the day she was born
Ripa and Consuelos recently provided scholarships to 20 homeless students in New York City.
The pair have paid for laptops and scholarships worth $2,000 each for a total of 20 of the most vulnerable students who are headed to college in New York, according to People magazine.
Their donation is being done in partnership with the Win foundation in New York, which 'provides safe housing and critical services to help homeless women and their children rebuild their lives and break the cycle of homelessness'.
Charity: Ripa and Consuelos, pictured in 2015, recently provided scholarships to 20 homeless students in New York City