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Andy Cohen Says Goodbye to Summertime with Sweet Pic of Him and Son Benjamin

Odette Odendaal
Sep 13, 2020
07:30 P.M.
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Television show host Andy Cohen and his adorable young son Benjamin make the most of the last days of summer, sharing what they got up to with fans in a recent update.


With the tail-end of summer in sight, "Watch What Happens Live" host Andy Cohen, and his 1-year-old son Benjamin made sure to take in the warm sun before winter comes knocking. 

The last few months saw quite a few changes in the Cohen household, some easier than others, and the adorable tot already has a best friend, even if he doesn't know it yet. 



The equinox on September 22 officially welcomes autumn, and the 52-year-old talk show host and his son officially said goodbye to summer.

On Tuesday, Cohen took to social media with an adorable picture of Benjamin, who sat safely next to his dad as they both stared into the distance while spending time outdoors. Keeping the caption short and sweet, Cohen wrote, "Bye, summer ♥️☀️."



Cohen and CNN News anchor Anderson Cooper have been friends for years, and they are now both dads for the first time. Cooper welcomed his son Wyatt a few months ago, and they already introduced their sons. 

Anderson Cooper and host Andy Cohen at SiriusXM Studios on January 13, 2017, in New York City. | Source: Getty Images.


During Cohen show's Father's Day episode, the two dads decided to introduce their sons virtually, and the pair already have big plans, as Cooper gushed to baby Wyatt:

"That's going to be your good buddy. We're going to travel together. And if you like him half as much as I like his daddy, you're going to be great friends."



In June, Cohen updated fans about the welfare of the dog he used to own until Benjamin's arrival. The rescue dog he named Watcha was rehomed after Cohen noticed "random signs of aggression," so he decided that it was in everyone's best interest before something happened.

According to Cohen, Watcha is doing great at his new home, and Benjamin's new caregiver is also working out well. The nanny Cohen had for Benjamin transferred to Cooper to help with his infant son, and the talk show host is happy with the transition thus far. 

Andy Cohen also humorously shared that he wouldn't mind if all the "Real Housewives" babysat little Benjamin in an interview late last month.

Simplistic and comedic in reason, the show host said that they would all be clever enough to know that they would be in trouble if they "messed up."