Andy Cohen Says He Would Feel 'Absolutely Great' About His Two Kids Following in His Footsteps

The TV personality is dad to son Ben and daughter Lucy

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Andy Cohen is open to his kids following in his footsteps.

While speaking on the Ask Andy panel at BravoCon on Friday, the Watch What Happens Live host, 55, commented on how he'd feel if his son Ben, 4, and daughter Lucy, 18 months, joined him in the industry when they're older.

"I would feel great about it," Cohen shared. "Absolutely great about it. Ben is a ham, he is so funny. It's so funny when he says something really funny. I look at him and go, 'Oh my god you're funny' and I'm so excited to get into that with him."

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In October, Cohen shared one of Ben's hilarious moments on his Instagram Story, posting a video of Ben as he held a red sound effects machine and began playing a few of the sounds for his dad.

"Ben has a sound effects machine," Cohen explained in the video. "Whoa!!" he said while Ben started to tap a few of the buttons, emitting the sound effects.

"Give me your favorite effects," Cohen said, to which Ben responded by playing a fart noise. "Oh, of course. Terrible."

Ben played a whistling sound. "That's cute. Yep, you like that," the dad of two said as his son kept pressing the button.

When he hit a button that played a scream, Cohen said, "Ah. Okay. One more." Ben then played a sound that mimics glass shattering.

"Ah, I made a mess. Ok thanks," Cohen hilariously told his son.

In September, Cohen brought his daughter Lucy along to the Watch What Happens Live clubhouse, posing for a photo while the father-daughter duo sat across from each other. He smiled widely at his pigtailed daughter, who made a serious face back at him.

"She’s already looking at me like I’m nuts," Cohen joked in the Instagram caption.

During a conversation with PEOPLE last November, Cohen shared that becoming a father meant his priorities "totally changed."

"I'm choosing to stay home with them so much more than I ever would have," he told PEOPLE. "I was not someone who ever stayed at home, so my priorities have just totally changed."

He continued, "Just when I think I've had a lot of really quality time with Ben, I have to go to Lucy and sit with her and I just want to look in her face and I want her to see me and hear my voice and know that I'm here. It's just about juggling time management with the two of them."

BravoCon 2023 is taking place through Sunday at Caesars Forum in Las Vegas.

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