Anderson Cooper has captivated audience for years at his job in CNN. The broadcaster shared a very exciting news on Thursday. He revealed that he is a dad once again.

Anderson Cooper revealed he has welcomed a second son named Sebastian Luke Maisani-Cooper. The 54-year old announced the exciting news on his show on Thursday evening. Anderson is already a dad to son Wyatt Morgan, 21 month, with his ex Benjamin Maisani.

Cooper said on his show, “In April of 2020, in the early dark days of the pandemic, you may recall I announced the birth of my son Wyatt,” He added, “These are the pictures I showed of my son taken just days after he was born.” Cooper then proceeded to reveal, ‘If he looks particularly happy in this picture, it’s because he now has a baby brother.”

Cooper further said, “His name is Sebastian and I would like you to meet him – this is Sebastian Luke Maisani-Cooper.” He revealed Sebastian was 6.8 pounds at birth and he’s “healthy and happy.” In the segment, Cooper said that his newborn ‘mostly just sleeps and eats and certainly poops, but he already seems like a wise and thoughtful little chap.’

Cooper expressed his gratitude for the doctors and surrogate in welcoming Sebastian. He then said he’d be taking some off-time to care for his sons. Cooper told his viewers, ‘I wish you all love and laughter, good thoughts, and happy days.’ You can check out picture of Sebastian below.

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