'Feeling so many things': Andy Cohen shares adorable morning selfie with 6-month-old daughter Lucy Eve
Andy Cohen's oldest child, Benjamin Allen, was born in February 2019 via surrogacy, and his second child, Lucy Eve, was born in April 2022
WEST VILLAGE, NEW YORK: Andy Cohen uploaded a cute photo on his Instagram featuring his little daughter Lucy on Thursday, November 10. The 54-year-old reality television star cooed over his six-month-old baby, who sat on his torso while he snapped a picture. The media personality added a caption, saying, "Waking up in the morning... feeling so many things," followed by a red heart emoji.
In the picture, Lucy is dressed in a cute onesie with a black, gray, and pink cheetah print, while Cohen looked cozy sporting a bright blue "Waking Up in the Morning" hoodie. The Bravo star's oldest child, Benjamin Allen, was born in February 2019. He is now three years old. The television personality announced in a message uploaded to his Instagram account that his son had been born via surrogacy. Cohen waited for two years before stating that he was planning on bringing another child into his life. His second child, Lucy Eve, was born in April 2022.
Earlier this week, Cohen shared a video showing off Lucy's new Flintstones-inspired hairdo, with the caption, "Pebbles." "I am feeling really bullish about this Pebbles hairdo," Cohen said with a big smile as Lucy leaned in, showing a little ponytail sticking up from the top of her head. "It's so easy to do, and it's fashion," the Bravo personality continued. "With the bow? It's really good. I mean I know this is the oldest hairdo in time, but this is going to be fun, doing her hair."
Cohen previously spoke about parenting to People, where he stated that he wanted to establish a close connection with his children. "I'm choosing to stay home with them so much more than I ever would have," he shared. "I was not someone who ever stayed at home, so my priorities have just totally changed." With the welcoming of a second child, the TV personality reportedly said one of his biggest challenges is time management. "Just when I think I've had a lot of really quality time with Ben, I have to go to Lucy and sit with her and I just want to look in her face and I want her to see me and hear my voice and know that I'm here," he explained. "It's just about juggling time management with the two of them," he concluded.