After battling novel coronavirus, "Watch What Happens Live" host Andy Cohen reunited with his son Benjamin on Monday.
The Bravo personality shared a photo with his Instagram followers, noting in the caption, "I’ve hosted reunions for years, but yesterday’s was the best one yet."
"I peeked my head around the corner ... and his mouth, it was just open wide with delight," Cohen said. "I picked him up and started throwing him up in the air. So yeah, actually I did overdo it and he was loving that."
Cohen added that afterward, they just went back into their routine, playing with blocks and spending time together.
"He doesn't have a sense of time," Cohen explained. "He's been in his bubble, and he's been doing his thing, and [his baby nurse] Theresa has kept him on his schedule. He's very happy and healthy."
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Cohen, 51, revealed on March 20 that he tested positive for COVID-19 after days of "not feeling great." As a result, he self-isolated, while his 13-month-old spent time with his baby-nurse, whom Cohen described as "super-human."
Although the TV host's doctors told him that he could see Benjamin on Sunday, he decided to wait an extra day just to be safe.
"I freaked out on Saturday night, worried," he said on yesterday's radio show. "So I was like, 'You know what? Let me just add a day to that.'"
Monday was a big day for Cohen, who, in addition to seeing his son for the first time in nearly two weeks, also returned to "Watch What Happens Live." Because of the global pandemic, however, he will shoot the series from his New York City apartment. Tonight's guests, according to a press release from Bravo, are Stassi Schroeder, Brittany Cartwright and Jax Taylor, and tomorrow's is Cohen's close friend, musician John Mayer.
Andy Cohen describes reuniting with his son after coronavirus originally appeared on goodmorningamerica.com