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Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos' 15-year-old daughter, Lola, has grown up before our very eyes.
ET caught up with both Mark and Lola at the Nine Lives premiere on Monday in Los Angeles, where the two hilariously showed a typical teenage daughter and father relationship. Lola even threw a little bit of shade at her famous dad on the red carpet.
"It's cool, I like it," Lola tells ET's Cameron Mathison about getting to go to a premiere for a film her dad is starring in. "I'm like, 'You're actually kind of cool. I didn't think so at first -- now I think you're cool.'"
The duo was accompanied by Lola's older brother, 19-year-old Michael, and Mark shared that Kelly and their youngest child, 13-year-old Joaquin, were going to join them in a few days. The family is based in New York City, where Kelly films Live!, though Mark's new Fox show, Pitch, shoots in Los Angeles.
"So far, so good," Mark says about how the family's been handling bicoastal living. "It's good."
Mark and Kelly, both 45, recently celebrated their 20-year wedding anniversary in May, and continue to be one of the cutest couples in Hollywood. Last week, Kelly gave her Instagram followers a taste of the duo's "synchronized wrestling" moves in the pool, the two showing they still have plenty of fun together after more than two decades together.
"See, I took Joaquin to wrestling camp earlier that week and I learned a move -- the Russian," Mark explains to ET with a laugh about the now viral video, which has been viewed almost 400,000 times. "It's two-on-one, arm with the head in, and dunk back, and it worked."
"It's insane," he says about the video's response.
ET chatted with Mark in May at the Fox Upfronts in NYC, when he reacted to his wife seeming excited about the possibility of moving Live! With Kelly to L.A. thanks to his new gig. And it turns out Lola is definitely on board.
"My daughter was like, 'OMG, are we moving to L.A.? Should I start applying to schools now? Because I know all the schools out there!'" Kelly told her then co-host, Michael Strahan. "Oh my gosh. She wants to move to L.A. That's her big dream."