Andy Cohen says his two kids can defrost his embryos and raise their siblings


‘Is that a weird thought?’ Andy Cohen suggests his two kids can ‘defrost’ his remaining embryos and ‘raise their sibling’ if they can’t conceive their own children in the future

  • Cohen, 54, opened up about his remaining embryos and how he is willing to give them to his children on Monday’s episode of Sirius XM’s Jeff Lewis Live 
  • The father of two has a three-year-old son, Ben, and a five-week-old daughter, Lucy, both of whom were welcomed via surrogate 
  • Cohen explained he has ‘a few’ embryos left that his children can have in the future, saying they can ‘defrost their sibling and raise them’ in 20 years 
  • The Watch What Happens Live host noted on the show that his children are ‘biological siblings,’ but he did not use the same surrogate for the births 
  • Cohen also touched upon how Ben is adjusting to his younger sibling, saying he ‘loves her but is trying to kill her’ because of all the attention she’s getting

Andy Cohen has revealed that he has ‘a few’ embryos left that he is willing to pass down to his children when they want to start families of their own. 

The Watch What Happens Live host, 54, opened up about his remaining embryos while chatting about his children — three-year-old Ben and five-week-old Lucy — on Monday’s episode of Sirius XM’s Jeff Lewis Live. 

‘I have a few. I can’t remember. I think I have three left?’ he said. ‘You know what I’m thinking? This is crazy, but if either of them cannot have kids, maybe in 20 years they’ll defrost their sibling and raise them. Is that a weird thought?’

Andy Cohen, 54, opened up about his remaining embryos and how he is willing to give them to his children on Monday's episode of Sirius XM's Jeff Lewis Live

Andy Cohen, 54, opened up about his remaining embryos and how he is willing to give them to his children on Monday’s episode of Sirius XM’s Jeff Lewis Live

The father of two has a three-year-old son, Ben, and a five-week-old daughter, Lucy, both of whom were welcomed via surrogate

The father of two has a three-year-old son, Ben, and a five-week-old daughter, Lucy, both of whom were welcomed via surrogate

Cohen welcomed his son, Ben, in February 2019, followed by his daughter, Lucy, three years later in April 2022. 

He noted on the show that his children are ‘biological siblings,’ but he did not use the same surrogate for the births. 

Cohen also touched upon how Ben is adjusting to his younger sibling, saying he ‘loves her but is trying to kill her’ because he’s jealous of all the attention she’s getting. 

‘The crazy thing is, by design, I am spending so much time with him,’ he explained. ‘Because, by the way, she doesn’t know what’s happening. I sit with her for a few hours a day and I’m like, “Just smell me. Hear my voice. This is me. I’m your dad.” 

Cohen told Lewis (pictured in 2013) that he has 'a few' embryos left that his children can have in the future, saying they can 'defrost their sibling and raise them' in 20 years

Cohen told Lewis (pictured in 2013) that he has ‘a few’ embryos left that his children can have in the future, saying they can ‘defrost their sibling and raise them’ in 20 years

Cohen surprised fans when he announced Lucy's arrival on Instagram on April 29, sharing a photo of himself cuddling his baby girl in the hospital

Cohen surprised fans when he announced Lucy’s arrival on Instagram on April 29, sharing a photo of himself cuddling his baby girl in the hospital

‘But [with Ben], I’m really in there with him, and I don’t know if it’s really registering how much time I’m spending with him.’

Cohen surprised fans when he announced Lucy’s arrival on Instagram on April 29, sharing a photo of himself cuddling his baby girl in the hospital. 

‘HERE’S LUCY!!!!! Meet my daughter, Lucy Eve Cohen! She’s 8 pounds 13 oz and was born at 5:13 pm in New York City!!!’ he wrote. ‘Her big brother can’t wait to meet her! 

‘Thank you to my rock star surrogate (ALL surrogates are rockstars, by the way) and everyone who helped make this miracle happen,’ he added. ‘I’m so happy.’

The Watch What Happens Live host noted on the show that his children are 'biological siblings,' but he did not use the same surrogate for the births

The Watch What Happens Live host noted on the show that his children are ‘biological siblings,’ but he did not use the same surrogate for the births

Cohen also touched upon how Ben is adjusting to his younger sibling, saying he 'loves her but is trying to kill her' because of all the attention she's getting

Cohen also touched upon how Ben is adjusting to his younger sibling, saying he ‘loves her but is trying to kill her’ because of all the attention she’s getting

Last year, Cohen and Real Housewives of Orange County star Heather Dubrow shot down rumors that she donated one of her eggs or embryos to him when he appeared on her podcast

Last year, Cohen and Real Housewives of Orange County star Heather Dubrow shot down rumors that she donated one of her eggs or embryos to him when he appeared on her podcast

A few days later, he posted an adorable picture of his son sweetly kissing his baby sister on the forehead with the caption: ‘When Ben met Lucy.’ 

Last year, Cohen and Real Housewives of Orange County star Heather Dubrow shot down rumors that she donated one of her eggs or embryos to him. 

When he appeared on her podcast, Heather Dubrow’s World, she explained that ‘everyone wants to know’ if she donated her eggs to him, adding, ‘I’m going to let you dispel the rumors, ready?’

‘No, you did not, but it’s very funny because as we said before, that would really be an HR issue,’ Cohen responded, adding that she would have been ‘a good candidate otherwise.’ 

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