Anderson Cooper Chasing Baby Ben Is Exactly The Type Of Energy You Need Today

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Andy Cohen, 52, recently shared the serotonin footage last week showing his bff having a playtime sesh with Cohen’s 2-year-old son, Benjamin Allen.

In the sweet clip, the two run around in circles joyously against music.

“Turns out, this is all the entertainment I ever needed!” Cohen captioned the post.

Cooper’s son, Wyatt Morgan, 22 months, did not appear in the video, sadly.

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Wyatt first met Ben in person last September in person but previously, the two had met virtually in June.

And while he wasn’t sure “if Wyatt even understands who [Ben] is” at that time, Cooper said during an early-October appearance on Live with Kelly and Ryan that his little one was “sort of fascinated” by the toddler. “And Benjamin was very sweet with him. He kept poking him,” recalled the dad.

Cohen and Cooper spoke about their kids’ relationship in November on Cohen’s SiriusXM Radio Andy show, stating how Wyatt and Ben had recently made a big step in their friendship.

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Cohen said “the highlight of his week” over “the last couple months has been taking Ben over on Saturday or Sunday to have a little hangout with Wyatt for a couple hours.”

“And I feel like for the first few times, Ben didn’t really want anything to do with Wyatt, or to even acknowledge him. But I feel like last night was kind of a milestone, don’t you?” he asked Cooper at the time.

“Yeah, it was sweet because I was playing with them both and then he kissed Wyatt on the cheek and hugged him and it was so cute,” replied Cooper. “He did that a couple of times. So my heart kind of melted.”

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