Andy Cohen jokes he is waiting for his one-year-old son Benjamin’s ‘Zoom meeting to end’ as he plays on a toy computer

With coronavirus isolation video chatting has become more relevant than ever. 

And Andy Cohen joked that even his one-year-old son Benjamin was taking Zoom meetings. 

The Watch What Happens Live host shared an adorable photo with his son playing on a toy computer, to Instagram on Thursday. 

Zooming: Andy Cohen joked that even his one-year-old son Benjamin was taking Zoom meetings, with an adorable photo shared to Instagram on Thursday

Benjamin sat in his dad’s lap, wearing a yellow Snoopy tee and on a toy computer. 

Andy took a selfie from the side of them, as he sat in a white tee and joked he was waiting for his son to finish. 

‘Waiting for his Zoom meeting to end so we can go have fun,’ he wrote. 

The 52-year-old welcomed Benjamin in February 2019 via surrogate. 

Waiting: ‘Waiting for his Zoom meeting to end so we can go have fun,’ he wrote 

Matching: The 52-year-old welcomed Benjamin in February 2019 via surrogate

Andy recently told Billy Bush and Extra that he was no longer experiencing symptoms after being diagnosed with COVID-19 in March and that he ‘gained back’ the weight he lost and a little more.

When asked how he was doing relating to his previous battle with the coronavirus he said ‘I lost a ton of weight and I gained it all back, and then some.’

He went on to say that he recently had a chest X-ray done and the doctors noted ‘cloudiness’ in his lungs which was to be expected of someone recovering. 

Recovered: Andy recently told Billy Bush and Extra that he was no longer experiencing symptoms after being diagnosed with COVID-19 in March and that he ‘gained back’ the weight he lost and a little more 

‘I had a chest X-ray a few weeks ago and there was a little cloudiness in the lung,’ he said. ‘They said that’s commensurate for someone who is recovering. Otherwise I feel pretty good. ‘

The Bravo host announced back in March, that he tested positive for the novel virus, and he took time away from WWHL to recover. 

‘It took 10 or 11 days to work through my system,’ Cohen said previously on his SiriusXM show Radio Andy, admitting the hardest part was being away from his young son Ben. 

Before: Andy is shown in April, after recovering from the coronavirus in late March, looking much more slender

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