Andy Cohen Reveals He Wants More Kids: My Son, 7 Mos., Opened Up My World

Now that Andy Cohen is a father, he revealed whats new in his life that hes never experienced before. HollywoodLife even asked how many more kids the WWHL host would consider during our exclusive interview!

Andy Cohen, 51, is seven months into being a first-time dad, which he has devoted to ample father-son quality time with his baby boy, Benjamin Allen Cohen! From lunchtime to sitting by the beach, Andy has shown his Instagram fans how he and Benjamin have been bonding. Out of all these parenting activities, HollywoodLife asked the executive producer of the Real Housewives franchise whats his favorite thing about being a dad during our EXCLUSIVE interview. “Just that every day is a new day and its a love like Ive never experienced,” Andy gushed. “And hes just opened up my world.” The experience has been so wonderful, Andys thinking of factoring more kids into his family plans!

“I would like to [have more kids],” Andy admitted to HollywoodLife, after we asked if hes open to welcoming more children. Reaffirming that decision, he repeated, “I would like to, yeah.” But the real question is, how many siblings would Andy give Benjamin? “Oh, who knows,” the new father mused. “I dont know. Its a concept, right now.” Well work with that!

Before becoming a father of two (or three?), Andy still has to fully adjust to parenthood after recently welcoming his son via surrogate on Feb. 4. He admitted that fatherhood has “changed [his] life in every way” when HollywoodLife spoke with the Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen host in another EXCLUSIVE interview in July.

“The funny thing is, I leave for the show between 9:00 and 9:30 every night, so thats great. He goes to bed at 8:30. But, the other thing is Im a single parent so I want to spend as much time as I can with him,” Andy EXCLUSIVELY told us, explaining his new routine for the summer. He continued, “The cool thing is, Im really in and out all day with my job. So, Ill go to the radio sometimes in the morning for two hours, come home, get to put him down for his nap. He goes to bed, Ill leave. He wakes up,