Andy Cohen welcomes a baby girl via a surrogate 2022-04-29 18:04:00

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Bravo on the new baby!

TV Director has Andy Cohen Say hello to a little girl For his growing bosom, announcing the birth of his daughter Lucy by surrogate on Friday.

“Here’s lucky!!!!! Meet my daughter Lucy Eve Cohen! Bravo host Comment on Instagram A picture of him in the hospital holding a newborn.

“She weighs 8lbs 13oz and was born at 5:13pm in NYC!!! Her older brother can’t wait to meet her!”

This is Cohen’s second child. welcome Son of Benjamin Allen via surrogate in 2019.

His post continued, “Thank you to the rock star surrogate (all agents are rock stars, by the way) and everyone who helped make this miracle happen.” “IM so happy.”

Cohen’s Bravo family and a group of his famous friends immediately took to the comments to congratulate him on his new addition.

Williams, the RHONY star wrote “Amazing ❤️ Congratulations Andy,” while “Southern Charm” star Craig Conover added, “Andy!! You sure know how to fill everyone’s hearts with love, don’t you.”

“Amazing! Congratulations! Hello Lucy!!!!” Anderson Cooper wrote.

Khloe Kardashian said, “Congratulations!!!! How wonderful and blessed is your family!!! God bless you all!! ❤️❤️❤️ ”

Cohen’s friend John Mayer commented, “Hi sweet girl! ♥️ Congratulations Andy!” and joked, “Are you doing her star chart now!!!”

Host of “Watch What Happens Live” It opened to air in 2018saying, “Family means everything to me, and having one of my own is something I’ve wanted in my heart all my life. While it took me longer than most to get there, I can’t wait for what I imagine will be my most rewarding chapter yet.”

Andy Cohen and his son Benjamin
Cohen welcomed his son Benjamin in 2019.
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Cohen said in August that he wanted to add another child to the family.

“You know, I’m working on it,” E! News. “It turns out that having a baby takes a long time. I am definitely open to that and would love to see it happen soon.”

Being a father was a thing before He admitted that he didn’t think it could happen to him.

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The Bravo host previously revealed that he doesn’t think he’ll have a family.
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“When I came to my father in 1988, my mother said she should grieve for the life I would not be able to achieve,” people said In 2019. “And that life meant getting married and having kids…so after all these years gay men are raising families and getting married.

“There were points where I thought it was too late for me or that I was really focusing on my career, and I had a lot of fun thinking about it. It was still there pissing me off in the back of my head.”



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