Andy Cohen and Anderson Cooper are doing their part to ensure that their close relationship is passed down to their sons after having introduced Benjamin Cohen and Wyatt Cooper to one another for the first time virtually on Watch What Happens Live.
The two television personalities have long been close friends in their personal lives and even work together as co-hosts of CNN's New Year's Eve show. Since the birth of Anderson’s baby boy amid the coronavirus quarantine in April, however, the besties haven’t been able to introduce their kids to one another, until now.
“I thought it would be fun if they met right now,” Andy said on his show on Sunday night, before addressing his son. “Look, that’s gonna be your good buddy, Wyatt.”
Andy joked about the boys taking a trip to Brazil, while his toddler, who was born in February 2019 looked toward the screen at Wyatt in Anderson’s arms. “We’re gonna travel together. And if you like him half as much as I like his daddy, you’re gonna be great friends,” Andy said.
The Bravo host went on to comment on Wyatt’s cute outfit and beautiful eyes. “Wyatt looks like a mini-you, Anderson,” Andy said.
The adorable moment was a great Father’s Day tribute to the two new dads celebrating for the first time. “Absolutely beautiful to see!” a YouTube commenter wrote. “Lots of love to this sweet group of friends.”
Shortly after welcoming Wyatt to the world, Anderson talked about the role that both Andy and Benjamin Cooper will play in his son’s life — namely, that Wyatt will be taking Benjamin’s hand-me-down clothes and even his nanny. Anderson even credited Andy for being the supportive force that finally pushed him to become a father.
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