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Andy Cohen Takes You Inside His Very Special “Date" Night (PIC)

The WWHL host enjoyed a cozy night in with his 2-year-old daughter, Lucy Eve Cohen. 

By Joshua Espinoza
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Andy Cohen kicked off the weekend with his No. 1 girl.

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After providing a glimpse at his family’s road trip, the Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen host blessed fans with another look at his life as a single father. He returned to Instagram on April 12 to share his special "date” night with Lucy Eve Cohen, his youngest child who was born via gestational surrogacy in 2022.

Andy Cohen shares a look at his "Friday night date"

“Friday Night date at Sesame Street,” he captioned the Story, followed by a red heart emoji.

The photo showed the father and daughter sitting on a bed with their eyes glued to the TV screen. It was clear the two had planned for a cozy night in, as Andy rocked a red pullover sweatshirt and gray shorts, while Lucy donned a patterned blue long-sleeve shirt and adorable striped pants.

Andy Cohen and his daughter Lucy Cohen sitting on a couch watching TV

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Andy is also the father of a 5-year-old son named Benjamin Allen Cohen; however, the little boy rarely appears on his dad’s Instagram these days. Andy explained the reason during a December 2023 appearance on the TODAY show, saying his children “didn’t sign up” for life in the public eye.

“The last time I showed Ben’s face [on Instagram] was when I got my star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame,” he told the hosts. “And Lucy, I’m teetering towards not showing anymore. I just feel funny about it. People need to understand that my kids are not me and they didn’t sign up for this.”

Andy said his mom, Evelyn Cohen, played a big role in his decision to scale back the number of posts that feature his kids.

“I’m figuring it out as I go,” he continued. "My mom is really on me about it. She’s really like, ‘You have to stop.’ She was very vocal about, ‘OK, you can’t show Ben anymore. When are you going to stop showing Lucy?’”

Andy Cohen reflects on his relationship with his son, Ben

Andy also touched on the toxicity of social media and how it can sometimes take a toll on his mental health; but, luckily for him, he has a son who keeps him grounded and feeling loved.

“If I go on Twitter at any given moment, it’s a battlefield about politics, or people telling me that I messed up a show completely, or that I’m this, that, or the other,” he explained. “But Ben today: I was like, ‘Ben, I love you.’ He goes, ‘However many stars there are in the sky is how much I love you.’ And I’m set for the day. I don’t give a f-ck what anyone’s saying about me on Twitter. This little boy loves me for as many stars as there are? The rest doesn’t really matter!”

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