People.com Celebrity Parents Andy Cohen Reveals 'Really Cute' Way Son Ben, 2, Wakes Up Anderson Cooper's Wyatt for Playdates "We're just always amazed," Andy Cohen tells PEOPLE of the budding friendship between Ben and Wyatt, who turns 1 year old next month By Jodi Guglielmi Jodi Guglielmi Instagram Twitter Writer-Reporter, PEOPLE People Editorial Guidelines Published on March 25, 2021 12:00 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Andy Cohen and Anderson Cooper's hangouts look a little different nowadays — but they certainly aren't complaining. Cohen, 52, opens up to PEOPLE about watching his son Benjamin Allen, 2, bond with Cooper's nearly 1-year-old son, Wyatt Morgan, saying the longtime pals are "amazed" by their children's budding friendship. "It's really cute. We're just always amazed," Cohen tells PEOPLE. "We go over there every Saturday or Sunday for a visit. It's great, Anderson and I are basically just killing time between our kids' naps at this point. It's great to see them." And while Ben and Wyatt love to play together, there's one tradition between the two that Cohen finds especially adorable. "We'll get over there and Wyatt will be sleeping and Anderson will say, 'Do you want to come into his room to wake him up with me?' " he says. "And Ben's like, 'Yeah.' And so they go in there and they wake them up and it's really cute." "Ben always gives Wyatt a hug and gives him a kiss," Cohen adds. Want to get the biggest stories from PEOPLE every weekday? Subscribe to our new podcast, PEOPLE Every Day, to get the essential celebrity, entertainment and human interest news stories Monday through Friday. Watch Anderson Cooper Sing and Clap Along with Andy Cohen's Son Ben in Adorable Playtime Video Ben and Wyatt met in person this past September, for the first time since the beginning of the pandemic. (They had previously met virtually back in June, on Father's Day.) And when Ben isn't over at Cooper's house playing with Wyatt, Cohen jokes the toddler has already mastered the art of binge-watching television. "He's really into trucks. And there's a show on Netflix called Trash Truck, which he loves," says Cohen. "He's obsessed with it. And there's only like 10 or eight episodes and we've seen every one so many times." For more on Cohen's life with son Ben plus his new series For Real: The Story of Reality TV, pick up this week's issue of PEOPLE, on newsstands Friday.