On the February 2 episode of the “Just B with Bethenny Frankel” podcast, the “Real Housewives of New York City” cast member questioned the “Watch What Happens Live” host about whether or not he wanted to find someone to settle down with.
“Do you honestly want a life partner?” Frankel asked, according to a February 3 report from Bravo’s The Daily Dish.
Andy Cohen Doesn’t Seem So Sure About His Potential Life Partner
“I think that I do want it, but I don’t seem to be working very hard to get it,” Cohen admitted. “
And it’s funny, because you know a lot of times, I waste an inordinate amount of time on Instagram looking at other people’s pages, and a lot of times you see people, and they’re great looking and there are all these shirtless pictures, and then you’re like, let me put myself in the position of dating this person now. Is this who I want as a boyfriend? Mr. Speedo shot everyday?”
Andy Cohen’s Social Media May Not Be Working In His Favor
According to Cohen, he believes that when it comes to his social media accounts, he may not appear to be somebody that one would want to settle down with.
“If I was someone else looking in on my social media, am I the person I would want to date? Maybe not!” Cohen said. “I’d be like, you know what? That guy is kind of a douche. People that live in glass houses, man. And that’s the other thing. If I was watching my own show would I want to date me? I don’t know.”
Bethenny Frankel Discusses Paul Bernon’s Social Media
When Frankel then turned to her own dating life, she said that Paul Bernon, who she is rumored to be back with following a split last year, has only a small following on social media.
“He’s produced some movies, but he doesn’t post at all,” she explained. “Like, he’ll post a picture of a sunset once every six months. I have never been in a relationship with someone who had social media, which I love, by the way. I wouldn’t be into some guy taking pictures of himself and filtering himself and showing how great his fake life was.”
Bethenny Frankel Believes She And Andy Cohen Are Similar As Parents
“You and Paul are so similar. He goes to Dead shows, and music is such a part of his life,” Frankel noted.
Frankel then said that in terms of parenting, she and Cohen have similar views.
“You don’t sweat everything like me. You don’t sweat all the small stuff. But when it comes to parenting, I’m the same exact way. My kid’s not going to go to their wedding in a diaper. It’s not that deep, potty training or getting into school,” she shared.