Andy Cohen Shares Sweet Pic of Son Benjamin Kissing Newborn Sister Lucy

The 53-year-old Bravo personality and 'Watch What Happens Live' host takes to his Instagram account to share an adorable picture of his 3-year-old son meeting the newborn for the first time.

AceShowbiz - It seems like Andy Cohen's son is as excited as the TV personality when it comes to meeting his newborn sister Lucy. On Sunday, May 1, Andy took to Instagram to share an adorable picture of Benjamin Allen meeting the newborn for the first time.

In the picture, the proud big brother appeared not to be able to contain his love for his sister. The three-year-old could be seen sweetly kissing the baby with Andy writing in the caption, "When Ben met Lucy."

Andy's famous pals could not help but gush over the touching moment in the comment section. "So precious. Let the wonder begin….," Leslie Jordan wrote. "These two," Kelly Ripa added. Amy Schumer also left a heart-eyes emoji underneath the post.

Lance Bass added, "Going to be the best big brother!" As for Dorinda Medley, "The Real Housewives of New York City" star said, "I can feel the love."

Andy introduced Lucy on April 29. Making use of his Instagram account, the Bravo executive producer unveiled the very first glimpse of his newborn daughter as well as her name after welcoming her via surrogate.

"HERE'S LUCY!!!!! Meet my daughter, Lucy Eve Cohen! She's 8 pounds 13 oz and was born at 5:13 pm in New York City!!!" so the 53-year-old wrote alongside a picture of him cradling his baby girl. "Her big brother can't wait to meet her!"

He also paid tribute to his surrogate. "Thank you to my rock star surrogate (ALL surrogates are rockstars, by the way) and everyone who helped make this miracle happen," he added, before concluding his post as saying, "I'm so happy."

Andy welcomed his first child, son Benjamin, via surrogate on February 4, 2019. At the time, he said that he "always knew [he] wanted a family" but "as a gay man, [he] never thought it was in the cards for [him]." He later recalled, "When I came out to my parents in 1988, my mom said she had to mourn the life that I wasn't going to be able to have. And that life meant getting married and having kids."

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