Andy Cohen Has a 'PJ Party' with Son Benjamin in Matching Jammies
Andy Cohen welcomed son Benjamin Allen via surrogacy in February 2019
On Sunday, the Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen host, 51, shared a sweet photo on Instagram of himself and 15-month-old son Benjamin Allen all-smiles while posing beside each other in matching leaf-covered pajamas.
"Three cheers for PJ Party!" Andy captioned the sweet father-son shot.
Many of Andy's famous friends gushed over his post, including Bravo stars like Dorinda Medley, who commented, "Omg this is magic and pure happiness needed right now! X."
Cohen, who welcomed Ben — his first child — last February through a surrogate, has been sharing many Instagram photos of the duo together as they continue to social distance in New York City amid the coronavirus pandemic.
But in March, the father and son were briefly separated when Cohen tested positive for COVID-19, forcing the Bravo host to self-quarantine for 12 days.
After Cohen recovered from the virus, he was able to reunite with Ben, which he called "delightful" on the Today show on March 31.
“I can’t say it was one from a movie, I joined him playing blocks and he immediately started knocking down what I was making,” Cohen joked. “But he was delighted, his face lit up, he touched me a lot. [He] was very sweet."
Cohen later shared the moment to Instagram, writing, “I’ve hosted reunions for years, but yesterday’s was the best one yet ♥️.”
While Cohen is still a father of one, he recently revealed to fans in an Instagram Q&A session that he'd "love to" have more children in the future.
He also said that Ben keeps him "hopeful" amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
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