Watch Out World! Lea Michele Is A Mom Now

August 24, 2020 / Posted by:

Lea Michele finally has a new person in her life she can boss around and they won’t be able to complain about it or run their mouth off on Twitter for at least another couple of years. According to People, Lea is no longer HEAVILY PREGNANT and can no longer use that as an excuse for dodging confrontation. She and her husband Zandy Reich welcomed a baby boy on August 20th. Lea’s birthday is August 29, making her a Virgo, which makes so much sense when you think about it. The baby just missed the cut off and is a Leo, a fact that he will never forget because Lea and Zandy saddled the child with the name Ever Leo. They better hope those muckety mucks at NASA don’t go tweaking the Zodiac dates again like they did a while ago, otherwise, this poor kid’s name is going to sound pretty stupid.

People reports:

Lea Michele and Zandy Reich are first-time parents!

PEOPLE confirms the couple named their baby boy Ever Leo. Michele, 33, gave birth on Aug. 20.

“Everyone’s happy and healthy, and they’re extremely grateful,” a source told PEOPLE on Sunday. “[Ever]’s been an easy baby so far.”

No pictures of the new baby yet but I wouldn’t be surprised if little Ever makes his national debut on the cover of People Magazine under a headline like “New Directions! How Motherhood Turned Lea Michele Into a Living Angel On Earth.

Ever since June’s Great Lea Michele Reckoning where she was called to task for treating people like shit basically since birth, Lea’s turned the comments off of her Instagram. But she has been posting periodic “reflective” pregnancy photos where you can totally tell she’s contemplating how her actions affect other people. Or, more accurately, how her completely benevolent and helpful suggestions might be “perceived” by others.

People says that back in 2014 Lea said she wanted to have “like a billion” babies. But if she keeps with her current naming convention, she’s only got eleven more shots before she makes it back around to Constantly Cancer.

Pic: Instagram

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