December 28, 2020
See Andy Cohen’s epic facial expression when he first laid eyes on his son. Cohen shared a snapshot on his Instastory, and his overjoyed look is priceless; we have the snap below.
See how happy Andy Cohen looked in his throwback photo from when he first saw his son Ben. At the time, Cohen was at the hospital and posted a picture of him and his newborn baby.
The caption read, “Post a picture of…” which he completed “when you first saw Ben!” In the image, you can only see half of little Ben’s body as his overly excited father posed while putting his hand on his shoulder.
Cohen wore a white shirt and shared a big smile; the talk show host welcomed Ben via surrogate in February 2019. Today, Cohen's son is one year old, and his father gave him an adorable nickname.
According to Bravo TV, in August, Cohen took to Instagram to share Ben's sweet photo and revealed his nickname. The television host's son posed while walking down a beachside ramp facing away from the camera.
The toddler wore a striped T-shirt with a red baseball cap. Ben’s hat was embroidered with his nickname on it: Benny. What a delightful nickname for the toddler.
Cohen has shared numerous pictures of him spending quality time with his son. According to Today, Cohen and Ben have a striking resemblance.
Back in September, the "Watch What Happens Live" host shared a post that included side-by-side images of Ben next to one of his childhood photos. The father of one wrote that he is twinning with his son, and Jackie Goldschneider concurred.
It has been noted that he has strong genes. Cohen has made up for lost times as he was separated from his son after he tested positive for coronavirus in March. The 52-year-old recalled how glad he was to reunite with Ben and to see his face light up.
Ben has taken center stage in his dad's life, and fans are often treated to cute photos of the pair on Cohen's Instagram account. In August, the father and son went on a trip to the Saint Louis Zoo, and they met a penguin among other animals.
We’re here for the duo to keep on sharing their cute moments. In October, according to People, Cohen looked back on his son's WWHL cameos to honor him with “Toddler Cuteness Award.
One of the moments involved Ben virtually meeting Anderson Cooper’s son Wyatt for the first time. During one of Cohen’s episodes of WWHL, he wrapped up his-at-home shows amid the ongoing pandemic with the virtual award show.
The Golden Robes Awards celebrated the worst and best moments he experienced while filming from home. The categories included: Worst Wi-Fi connection and most shocking @home moment.
Cohen then awarded his son with the Benjamin Allen Cohen award for toddler cuteness @home. According to the outlet, little Ben won in a three-way tie. How adorable!
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