CNN's Brooke Baldwin Thinks Anderson Cooper Is a Sweet and Good Dad
Last month, Anderson Cooper welcomed a baby boy via surrogate. His CNN co-worker, Brooke Baldwin, has opened up on how she thinks her colleague will take to parenting.
Baldwin, 40, recently shared her excitement at the thought of Cooper being a father. Speaking about the great news, the CNN anchor said: "Wyatt Cooper! He's [Anderson Cooper] a dad. Congratulations to Anderson."
She also joked about how the little boy already had his father’s characteristics stating: "You look at the pictures of the baby and he's already got the furrowed brow, like he's ready with the tough questions, little baby Anderson." Baldwin also shared a description of her co-worker noting:
"I think there's a lot of sweetness and goodness in Anderson."
BALDWIN THRILLED FOR COOPER
She revealed that she was "so thrilled” and wished the best for Cooper. On Monday, the television personality joined the “Cuomo Prime Time” host, Chris Cuomo, on his show.
I spent the whole weekend just looking at him
ANDERSON SPENT 1ST WEEKEND WITH SON
The pair briefly spoke about parenting. Cuomo asked the “Anderson Cooper 360” host how his "first weekend" with the newborn was.
COOPER LOVED BEING WITH WYATT
Cooper broke into a huge smile and confessed: "It was great. It was awesome." He described how their weekend was spent saying: “I spent the whole weekend just looking at him and burping him and feeding him. It was great."
THE STAR’S AMPHIBIOUS FROG
The star joked about what his son felt like lying on his chest while sleeping: "It's like this amphibious tree frog lying on my chest." Cuomo laughed and told him he’d "come up with better metaphors for what your son reminds you of than an amphibious tree frog, but you're new to this.”
The journalist is a parent to three of his own children, Bella, 17, Mario, 14, and Carolina, 11.
BALDWIN’S NEGATIVE COVID-19 TEST
Three weeks later, she revealed that she’d gone to test again and was now negative.
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