Andy Cohen And Son Benjamin Look Exactly Like Twins
Andy Cohen and his son Benjamin look exactly like twins and people are freaking out. Andy posted a photo of himself and his son wearing matching Sant and Abel pajamas with a banana leaf print and the father and son duo looked simply adorable. However, it was when Andy Cohen shared throwback photos of himself that people saw just how strong Andy's genetics truly are. Benjamin was born via a surrogate and there is no clue what the woman who donated her egg looked like, but Benjamin looks as if Andy made him all by himself! He is truly a carbon copy of his proud father and the one-year-old is absolutely darling.
Andy posts many photos and videos of his son on his official Instagram account and revealed that little Benjamin enjoys dancing to Madonna and The Grateful Dead!
As for their matching pajamas, Andy's set retails for approximately $170 and Benjamin's matching set goes for about $55. You may see the photos of the father and son twinning below.
While the two looked like a matching pair in their pajamas, it's photos of the two around the same age that are blowing people's minds. Andy found several photos of himself as a young child and shared them with his 3.9 million Instagram followers and the similarities were uncanny.
Benjamin has inherited his father's dark curly hair and dark eyes and the two have the same nose and matching smiles. The photos that Andy shared on Mother's Day bore a strong resemblance to his son, but there were several additional photos that were nearly identical that the radio and talk show host posted.
Andy Cohen shared the following photos along with this caption.
" Found some old baby pics... turns out my son is my twin. ♥️"
What do you think about the resemblance between Benjamin Allen and his father Andy Cohen? Do you agree that Benjamin is his father's twin?
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