Lea Michele is pregnant and expecting her first child with Zandy Reich


Lea Michele, Zandy Reich, Golden Globe Awards 2019, After Party

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Lea Michele is about to be a mom!

A source confirms to E! News that the actress and singer is expecting her first child with her husband Zandy Reich.

“They always wanted to be parents,” a source told People who first reported the news.

The good news comes after the couple tied the knot in a romantic ceremony in March 2019 near Napa, California. And while the couple recently celebrated their one-year anniversary, they are still in the newlyweds phase.

“They love the feeling of being married and being able to call themselves husband and wife,” a source told E! New. “They were so thrilled with the whole [wedding] weekend and keep talking about the magic and the incredible. They did not want it to end and are still remembering more and more details that they had forgotten. “

The couple’s romance started in July 2017 with Zandy proposing in April 2018.

And although the couple are trying to keep their relationship private, fans can’t help celebrating their love story.

“Grateful for this one,” Lea previously shared on Instagram when she posed with her man.

She also celebrated the most romantic day of the year with a sincere message to Zandy. “My valentine forever,” she wrote. ” I love you. And for those wondering, Lea’s husband isn’t big on social media. A little refreshing, right?

As the New york times best-selling author preparing for the next trip of her life, Lea can count on the support of family and friends.

And yes, she has a lot to wait for. After all, she already has plans for when Halloween calendar approaches.

“Oh, so they’re going to be like the cutest thing ever,” Lea joked earlier in an interview with On the air with Ryan Seacrest. “I feel like sushi is number one on the list – I want my kids to dress like a lion or a taco – all cute and cute, I definitely want it.” “

Congratulations to the couple for their great news!

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