Lea Michele Is Now A Married Woman

March 11, 2019 / Posted by:

Perpetual bridesmaid (you just know it!) Lea Michele finally got to wear the big white dress, boss everybody around, and hog the spotlight all to herself as the star in her own production of Lea Michele: A Married Woman. According to People, who owns the exclusive rights to her wedding pictures, Lea and her boyfriend of two years Zandy Reich, “tied the knot on Saturday night in an intimate and romantic ceremony in Northern California”. Don’t subscribe to People Magazine and worried you’re missing out on the hottest ticket in town? Fear not, LM: AMW will no doubt be playing on Instagram over the next several weeks.

Here’s the only picture you’re allowed to see for free right now.

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People (also exclusively) reports:

“We are so excited to be married and grateful to be surrounded by our friends and family,” says the couple, who shared an exclusive photo of their big day with PEOPLE. “And most of all, we’re so happy to spend the rest of our lives together.”

At the wedding, the couple celebrated with their family and close friends, including Michele’s Glee pals Darren Criss and Becca Tobin, as well as Scream Queens actress Emma Roberts.

Since we don’t have any more wedding pictures to judge her on, here is what her December wedding shower looked like.

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My mom threw me the bridal shower of my dreams! ????

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And this was her bachelorette weekend, sponsored of course.

Zandy may have a fun and interesting sounding name, but he looks like a pretty standard prep school boy with enough money in the bank to pull a TV starlet. So it’s a perfect match! Zandy is from Philadelphia, used to be the captain of his lacrosse team, and owns the clothing company called AYR. I hope he’s good at holding purses, holding doors open, summoning the manager so she can have a word, knowing her best selfie angles, and picking out apology bouquets/jewelry.

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