Andy Cohen Shares Several Adorable Photos of 11-Month-Old Daughter

There’s nothing Andy Cohen loves more than spending time with his children – he does it as much as possible and regularly shares photos and videos of their precious memories together. He most recently took to Instagram to share two photos of him and his adorable 11-month-old daughter, Lucy Eve Cohen

In the photos, which were posted by Cohen on April 12, he shares a photo of him looking at his daughter while she looks at the camera – as well as one of her looking at him while he looks into the camera. The way these two look at one another melts your heart and has everyone in the comments section gushing. 

His daughter appears to be at her high-chair and is wearing a gold crown-like headband with stars on the top, along with a red bib that reads, “These fools put my cape on backwards.” We can’t tell what she was eating at the time of the photo, but she appears to be happy – so it must’ve been something good!

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“My ???? (queen),” Andy Cohen wrote in the caption on Instagram. One fan couldn’t help but notice the way his daughter looks at him, commenting, “Look how she looks at you! Can’t buy that love.” Others were quick to share their approval of the bib she had on. “Omg the bib is everything!!????????,” wrote one user.

Cohen was also met with several comments from celebrity friends. Tracy Tutor of Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles wrote, “Omg I’m going to eat her cheeks ❤️,” while Kyle Richards of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills wrote, “Soooo adorable ???? and a mini you.” and Paris Hilton was jealous of the crown. 

Andy Cohen, who became the first openly gay host of an American late-night talk show when he was named the host of Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, is the father of two wonderful children. In addition to Lucy, who will be turning 1 years old in two weeks, he has a 4-year-old son named Ben. 

Both of his children were born via a surrogate. He welcomed Ben on February 4, 2019 – he just turned four years old two months ago – and welcomed Lucy on April 29, 2022. He is not currently dating anyone, but is open to the idea of having a partner in crime – though his children always come first in his world. 

Andy Cohen Shares Relatable Parenting Moment

On April 10, Andy Cohen took to Instagram to share a relatable video of him being a parent to his son, Ben. His son was crying in the background because he wanted to continue watching the television, but Cohen was trying to plead that Ben had already watched enough. His son didn’t seem to agree with him. 

“I let you watch one already, do you understand?” he said with his son crying in the background. “I told you that you could watch one, dude! I told you you could watch one and how many did you watch?” he asked – to which his son replied, “Two!” as the cry got more obnoxious. Cohen’s response was perfect. 

“Two! So that was so nice of me! So, then how is there a third in play? You know two Mighty Express’s,” he continued before being interrupted by his son, who said he wanted to watch three more. “You want three more? I kind of feel like I’m negotiating with a terrorist right now. I feel you keep changing the game!”

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Cohen then attempts to double down on his decision. “You know, one MightyExpress is worth two Fireman Sam’s, just lengthwise – I’m just saying,” he continued before asking his son if that makes him feel any better. “It should. I’m just reasoning with you,” he concluded – but his son’s cries didn’t stop.

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