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Love at first sight.
Andy Cohen took to Instagram on Sunday to share a sweet snap of his son, Benjamin, meeting his baby sister, Lucy, for the first time.
“When Ben met Lucy ♥️,” the “Watch What Happens Live” host captioned the cute pic.
On his Instagram Stories, Cohen also shared a clip of himself adorably asking Ben, “Are you happy to see your little sister?”
“She’s sleeping,” the 3-year-old replied, later adding, “I love her … she wants to say hi to me.”
Cohen, 53, hasn’t been able to stop gushing over Lucy since her arrival via surrogate on April 29 in New York City.
“I just want to thank you all for your incredible outpouring of love for little Lucy,” Cohen said in a video shared via his Instagram Story on Saturday, filmed while he was waiting to take his newborn home from the hospital.
“I’m in such a love bubble.”
Cohen was equally thrilled while announcing the exciting news with fans earlier this week.
“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!!!” he captioned a photo of himself cradling the little bundle of joy.
“Her big brother can’t wait to meet her,” Cohen continued, “Thank you to my rock star surrogate (ALL surrogates are rockstars, by the way) and everyone who helped make this miracle happen. I’m so happy.”
Cohen’s pal John Mayer was quick to quip in the comments section, writing, “Hello sweet girl! ♥️ congrats Andy … Doing her star chart right now!!!”
CNN’s Anderson Cooper also offered his well-wishes, writing “Amazing! Congratulations! Welcome Lucy!!!!” while Khloé Kardashian commented, “Congratulations!!!!! How wonderful and blessed is your family!!! May God bless you all!! ❤️❤️❤️”
The TV honcho welcomed his first child in February 2019, after opening up about his desire to start a family one year prior.
“Family means everything to me and having one of my own is something I’ve wanted in my heart for my entire life,” he said on air in 2018.
“While it has taken me longer than most to get there, I cannot wait for what I envision will be my most rewarding chapter yet.”
Cohen later revealed that he spent most of his life thinking it wouldn’t be possible for him to become a dad.
“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,” he told People in 2019. “And that life meant getting married and having kids … So all these years later, gay men are raising families and getting married.”
He added, “There were points where I thought that it was too late for me or that I was really focused on my career, and I was having too much fun to think about it. It was still there nagging at me in the back of my head.”
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