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How Self-Quarantine Changed Andy Cohen’s Mind About Showing Photos of His Son on Social Media

THe WWHL host on how COVID-19 social distancing changed his policy about sharing pics of Ben.

By Jocelyn Vena

Every one's life is different during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and the era self-isolating — and that includes the social lives of babies. And Andy Cohen, along with recent Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen  guest Amy Schumer, opened up about how their sons can no longer hang out as they both social distance.

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"I count your son Gene as one of [my son] Ben's only friends his own age, and, sadly, our playdates have been halted since the quarantine," Andy said on Tuesday's (April 14) WWHL with Andy Cohen: @ Home, which included cameos from Ben and Gene, Amy's 11-month-old son with husband Chris Fischer.

"Since we both just showed our kids on national television and we spoke two months ago about how we are not showing our kids on social media. I'm assuming the quarantine has kind of opened your mind up a little bit. It's opened mine a little bit," he said, agreeing with Amy about how sharing their families with world is comforting and connecting in some way.

"I'm the same, I have the same thing happening," he said. "It's interesting."

Speaking of, here are some adorable moments between Andy and son Ben that they've experienced during this quarantine.

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