Lea Michele has finally blessed fans with a picture of her son’s face!
On Sunday, January 23, the 35-year-old singer and actress shared an image capturing her son, Ever’s face for the first time on social media.
In honor of her husband Zandy Reich’s 39th birthday, the mother-of-one uploaded a throwback picture of the father and son alongside a heartfelt message.
Lea Michele Shares First Photo of Son’s Face In Honor Of Her Husband’s Birthday
In the adorable picture, the “Glee” alum’s husband was seen twinning with Ever in matching dark sunglasses as they posed for the camera at a rocky beachside in a picturesque sunset.
The large shades and white beanie kept the baby’s eyes and forehead hidden, but his cute nose and mouth were visible, making this the first time the boy’s full face had graced Instagram.
This heartwarming moment was made even sweeter with the beautiful message Michele penned in honor of her husband’s 39th birthday. The actress wrote:
“Greatest man, father, husband, and friend. I wake up every day so thankful that you are ours Z. Happy Birthday! Ever and I love you so much ❤”
Naturally, fans and friends of the “Scream Queens” star commemorated the joyful occasion by flooding the comment section with birthday wishes while some gushed over the adorable baby boy.
In 2020, The Blast reported that the Hollywood sensation and her husband were staying strong amid the backlash the 35-year-old was receiving from the public.
At the time, a pregnant Michele was spotted holding hands with Zandy and cradling her baby bump as the pair took a stroll around their Santa Monica neighborhood.
This tender moment marked the second time the “Love Is Alive” singer had been seen following the tragic loss of her “Glee” co-star, Naya Rivera.
On July 8, the late actress went on a boating trip with her son but was declared missing after the boy was found without his mother. Unfortunately, the 33-year-old’s corpse was found on July 13.
Following her co-star’s disappearance, fans berated Michele for not showing her support during this emotional period. The former co-stars reportedly did not get along, as cited in Rivera’s 2016 memoir “Sorry Not Sorry.”
On the same note, Samantha Ware and other “Glee” cast members also called out the brunette for her terrible personality during their time on set.
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“The Mayor” Star Revealed How Pregnancy “Shook” Her
Last year, The Blast revealed that the 4-time People’s Choice Awards winner had opened up about her pregnancy experience and the changes that came with being a mom.
During an appearance on SiriusXM to promote her lullaby album, the “Dimension 404” actress got candid with Hoda Kotb about motherhood, in which she confessed that pregnancy “shook” her.
At the time, the stunning brunette admitted that having a baby made her question not only herself but her beliefs. In the entertainer’s words:
“It’s like everything else just wiped away. And I felt, for the first time, like…frozen in this moment in my life of like, ‘Who am I? What am I? What do I want? What do I believe in?’”
However, the proud mother was able to find the strength necessary to push forward and find happiness in being a mother.
According to the 35-year-old, motherhood not only “grounded and softened” her in many ways but also helped the actress to realize the things that truly mattered in life.
On that note, the songstress chose to release the album, “Forever,” which contained the singer’s rendition of modern lullabies dedicated to Ever, her adorable son.
The Former Broadway Star Paid Tribute To Late “Glee” Co-Stars
The Blast shared in 2020 that Michele had broken her social media silence to pay tribute to her deceased “Glee” co-stars — Rivera and Cory Monteith.
As aforementioned, Rivera died during a boating trip with her son at Lake Piru. Coincidentally, the late entertainer’s body was discovered on the same day Monteith died.
Although she didn’t have the best relationship with the late actress, the brunette previously dated the “Glee” actor from 2008 until his tragic death from a drug overdose in 2013.
In honor of the late stars, the mother-of-one shared black-and-white images of each entertainer on Instagram in addition to a group shot of the female cast members of “Glee.”