Kelly Ripa shared her husband, actor Mark Consuelos' way of beating the heat in the latest episode of "Live with Kelly and Ryan."

Ripa told her co-host, Ryan Seacrest, that her husband shaved his head and is now cold all the time.

"Everybody’s been complaining about the heat, the heat, the heat, and Mark shaved his head the other day," Ripa told Seacrest during Tuesday's show. "And now he’s cold all the time," she said and the studio audience can be heard laughing in the background.

Ripa also shared a photo of her husband's new look and said, "I asked him for a picture because we were doing a story about the heat, and I was like, well, Mark’s not hot, he shaved his head and now he’s cold all the time."

Seacrest and Ripa went on to discuss Consuelos' hair. While Seacrest noted that he doesn't feel Consuelos' hair looks much different, Ripa shared that her husband's hair is silky but thick. Seacrest responded jokingly, "I've never run my fingers through."

Ripa and Consuelos got married in 1996. The couple share three kids together - Michael, 25, Lola, 21, and Joaquin Antonio, 19. Ripa shared earlier this month that she and her husband went on a vacation without kids for the first time in 25 years.

"So Mark and I were like, 'What are we going to do without the kids?' And the kids were like, 'What are you going to do without us!? We're your whole lives!' And I was like, 'Wrong again, kids,'" she said, People reported.

The couple celebrated their 26th wedding anniversary in May. The mother of three shared a sweet Instagram post featuring herself posing with her husband in the photo.

On the work front, Ripa has been hosting the talk show "Live with Kelly and Ryan" since 1991. She was also featured in the TV series, "The Prince" in 2021.

Considering her upcoming projects, she will appear in the TV movie, "Work Wife" and in a series, titled "Pine Valley" as Hayley Vaughan Santos alongside Consuelos.

Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos
Pictured: Kelly Ripa attending the 90th Annual Academy Awards with husband Mark Consuelos at Hollywood & Highland Center in California on March 4, 2018. Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images