Lea Michele welcomed her first son with husband Zandy Reich final month, and shared a brand new pic of the newborn boy! It comes amid a tumultuous yr for the actor who was referred to as out by former co-stars.
Lea Michele has celebrated her 34th birthday with the most recent addition to her household: new child son Ever Leo! The Glee star gave start to her first little one with husband Zandy Reich, 37, on Thursday, August 20, and the bub is critically lovely. Lea took to Instagram on August 29 to share a snap of herself, taken from behind, whereas holding tiny Ever. “34” she captioned the pic, including a sparkle emoji. A decadent chocolate cake, which featured 4 candles and skim ‘Comfortable Birthday Mama’, may very well be seen on the desk, together with a big bouquet of beautiful flowers.
The brand new mother additionally supplied followers a take a look at Ever when she posted a pic of his little foot being held by her and Zandy. “ForEver grateful for this true blessing,” she captioned the candy picture. “Everybody’s blissful and wholesome, they usually’re extraordinarily grateful,” a Individuals insider advised the magazine on August 23, including that Ever has been “a straightforward child thus far.” The married couple remained mum all through most of her being pregnant as they didn’t discuss it till early Might when she was already fairly far alongside.
Lea has additionally turned her Instagram feedback off, doubtless due to the extreme backlash she confronted earlier within the yr, after a number of of her former co-stars referred to as her out for alleged dangerous conduct. The accusations of poor conduct on set first got here up on June 1 when season six Glee actress Samantha Ware, 28, referred to as out Lea, for making her life “residing hell” on set. Samantha — who’s Black — shared a tweet that Lea wrote about Black Lives Matter the place she wrote, “George Floyd didn’t deserve this. This was not an remoted incident and it should finish” with the hashtag “#BlackLivesMatter.”
Samantha then tweeted in all caps, “Bear in mind whenever you made my first tv gig a residing hell?!?! Trigger I’ll always remember. I consider you advised everybody that when you had the chance you’ll ‘sh*t in my wig!’ amongst different traumatic microaggressions that made me query a profession in Hollywood.” The tweet shortly opened up floodgates, as a number of different actors who had labored along with her on the stage and display claimed they had been mean-girled whereas working with Lea.