Christina Aguilera Gifts New Dad Andy Cohen 'Dirrty' Diapers – and Custom Leather Baby Chaps

Christina Aguilera‘s gift to new dad Andy Cohen rubbed him the right way!

The Watch What Happens Live host, 50, took to his Instagram Story Wednesday to show off the adorable new addition to his 3-week-old son Benjamin Allen‘s wardrobe: a pair of baby leather chaps — just like Aguilera wore in her 2002 music video for “Dirrty.”

“I’ve gotten a lot of baby gifts, you guys, but Christina Aguilera … look at this,” said Cohen in the first video, holding up the tiny pair of pants from the singer, who was a guest on his show late last month. “She made chaps for the boy. Leather custom chaps, in the form of her ‘Dirrty’ video!”

The second clip (with the iconic song playing over it, of course) saw the camera pan to show off the sides of the chaps’ legs, which read “2019” and “COHEN” in sparkly red letters.

The final touch in Aguilera’s gift set was a collection of diapers with red labels reading — what else? — “Dirrty.”

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Cohen has been basking in the glow of new fatherhood since Benjamin’s Feb. 4 arrival via surrogate.

The proud papa celebrated his baby boy’s newest age milestone with a father-son snapshot on Tuesday, showing the duo smiling at each other as they cuddled together in a comfy chair.

Benjamin’s full head of dark hair was on display as he rocked a sweet vehicle-print footie pajama set ($28.50) by stylish baby brand Kissy Kissy.

“Mornings are my new jam #ThreeWeeksOld,” the Bravo star captioned the cute photograph.

Benjamin will likely be exposed to Aguilera’s tunes regularly as he grows up, considering his dad is a huge fan of music and plans to encourage that in his son as well.

“I’ve already started playing the Grateful Dead for him,” Cohen told PEOPLE and Entertainment Weekly Editorial Director Jess Cagle of his baby boy earlier this month in an interview surrounding their exclusive photo shoot.

“He’s going to be a Deadhead,” added the new father, who followed his favorite band on tour before Benjamin’s birth. “He has to love music. He will grow up with music, no question.”

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