"It's literally like holding Andy without the suit on," Kyle Richards raved of pal Andy Cohen's baby boy, calling him a "little Andy"
The Bravo host had The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Kyle Richards on his show Watch What Happens Live Tuesday night, when he shared that she recently had the honor of being the first in the franchise to meet his 5-week-old baby boy Benjamin Allen.
“Guess what? Kyle Richards was the very first Real Housewife to meet my son today!” Cohen, 50, said on the show before the broadcast cut to a too-cute snapshot of Richards cradling Benjamin — who looked up at the reality star with a wide-eyed, curious expression.
“I put him in Gucci just for you!” joked the proud new father.
“I’m so in love with him I can’t even take it,” said Richards, 50. “It’s literally like holding Andy without the suit on. … Like a little Andy.”
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Richards hung out alongside the new dad and his sweet family in New York City ahead of the show’s taping on Tuesday, taking a walk with Cohen, Benjamin and Cohen’s dog Wacha in the city.
“Took a nice afternoon stroll with 3 of the cutest guys in NYC today,” she captioned the photo, which showed Benjamin in his stroller and Wacha on a leash, looking up at Cohen.
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Richards may be the first Housewife to meet baby Benjamin, but the newborn has already become acquainted with a few of his dad’s other celebrity pals like Kelly Ripa, Jimmy Fallon, Padma Lakshmi and Anderson Cooper.
“Big day for my boy! #QueenOfTheMorning #KingOfLateNight,” Cohen captioned the cute photos of Ripa and Fallon with Benjamin last month, while Lakshmi wrote alongside her image series, “Benny can you say ‘Auntie Padma … ‘💁🏻♂️”
In the adorable snapshot of Cooper and Benjamin, the CNN anchor peered over the railing of the infant’s crib. The two were locked in an intense gaze as Benjamin, wrapped snugly in his swaddle, lay in a cushioned baby lounger.
“Uncle Anderson got an exclusive … ” wrote Cohen.