Anderson Cooper Says He Won’t Be Taking Paternity Leave After The Birth Of His Son Via Surrogate

The 52-year-old actor said in The Late Show that “it’s as serious as possible” and went on to say that it was crucial that things be as “true and precise” as possible. He added that this was the main reason why he would not be taking a break.

According to Cooper, the coronavirus pandemic is an “extraordinary” moment in history, and being a journalist at that time is a unique experience. Cooper told Late Show host Stephen Colbert that it was crucial for him to give people the truth and the facts.Anderson Cooper Says He Won’t Be Taking Paternity Leave After The Birth Of His Son Via Surrogate

As you may know, Cooper, who is raising his child with his ex, Benjamin Maisani, said that his friend, Andy Cohen, recommended a nanny for him. Cohen is said to have used the same nanny for his own son, Benjamin.

Typically, Cooper is the one reporting, but these days, the birth of his child has made it a hot topic. For example, on May 5, Suzy Kerr reported that Cooper appeared in two different talk shows last Monday to tell the world what it was like to be a father for the first time.