Andy Cohen gets a surprise visit from two-month-old son Benjamin on the sets of 'Watch What Happens Live'
The visit from his two-month-old son comes just after the host admitted that he thinks about having a second baby "all the time"
In February, Andy Cohen welcomed his baby boy Benjamin. And as he brought his little one on the sets of his show 'Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen' on Tuesday, he looked like a doting father.
"We had a special Clubhouse visitor today! Note drool on my shoulder," the reality star wrote under a photo of him cradling his son.
Cohen couldn't stop beaming as he looked down at his baby lovingly. Benjamin was bundled up in Cohen's crook in a little blue onesie while Andy sported a khaki suit with some drool on his shoulder.
Benjamin's visit to the sets of Cohen's show comes just after he admitted he's already thinking about baby number two. "I think about it all the time," he was reported saying. "I know. Tick tock!" he joked.
Cohen seems to be completely smitten by Benjamin. "He's delightful. He's very cute. Everyone says savour every day and I'm just trying to do that." The host said he is loving being a father. "Fatherhood is great. You know every day is a new little moment of love that you didn't know existed the day before."
His close friend, actor Sarah Jessica Parker, thinks that Cohen is doing a great job with his newborn son. He's a wonderful dad," the 'Sex and the City' alum told UsWeekly. "He's a better dad than I even think I thought he could ever be... It's real and he's living up to all of our best expectations."
The first openly gay host of an American late-night show announced in 2018 that he would be a father with the help of a surrogate. And welcomed his son Benjamin in February. Cohen dated journalist Anderson Cooper before going into a relationship with Harvard graduate Clifton Dassuncao who is 20 years younger than him. His relationship with Clifton ended in 2018 due to unclarified circumstances. He's single as of now, and has said that he plans to raise Benjamin as a single dad.