Andy Cohen On Anderson Cooper’s Relations With Late Gloria Vanderbilt: “I Remember Being Very Moved By That”

Date June 25, 2019 10:39

Popular American artist, author, and fashion designer Gloria Vanderbilt, also known for being the mother of Anderson Cooper, passed away on June 17th, 2019, at the age of 95.

Shortly before the death, she was diagnosed with stomach cancer. Nevertheless, she stayed strong until the last moment.

When the doctor told her she had cancer, she was silent for a while, and then she said, ‘Well, it’s like that old song: Show me the way to get out of this world, because that’s where everything is’

Andy Cohen’s details about her relations with the son

Andy Cohen has recently shared some sweet details about Anderson Cooper’s relationship with his late mother, Gloria Vanderbilt, at the Bravo talk show’s tenth anniversary red carpet and the talk event at the Paley Center.

According to his words, Anderson Cooper and Gloria Vanderbilt were very close and while on the show, they were holding each other’s hands all the time.

I think how sweet — every time I saw her with Anderson, he always held her hand, which really touched me. When they were on my show, he held her hand for almost the whole show. And I remember being very moved by that. And I got a chance to see her last week with him, and there he was holding her hand, and it just fills my heart up to think about.

By the way, Andy Cohen also made a tribute to Gloria Vanderbilt on his show.

Rest in peace, Gloria Vanderbilt, you will always be remembered by so many people!