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'Glee' Star Lea Michele Gives Birth To Her First Child, A Baby Boy!

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By Mike Walters

'Glee' star Lea Michele and husband Zandy Reich have just welcomed their newborn baby boy!

According to multiple reports, the actress gave birth to her first child on August 20, 2020. At this point, the couple has not announced the name of their baby, but a representative for the couple says the birth went well.

"Everyone’s happy and healthy, and they're extremely grateful," a source told multiple outlets.

"He's been an easy baby so far," someone close to the couple told People.

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Lea Michele & Zandy Reich Welcome Newborn Baby Boy!

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As we reported, the couple was first linked up in July of 2017, and Reich proposed to the 'Glee' star the following April. The actress reportedly recieved a four-carat diamond engagement ring that her now-husband personally designed with a jeweler in Las Vegas.

The couple was married in March of 2019, in a ceremony in Northern California, in front of 200 close family and friends. The guests included 'Glee' stars Darren Criss and Becca Tobin, and her Scream Queens' costar Emma Roberts.

Lea announced her pregnancy on Instagram and shared several baby bump photos along the way.

Couple Has Not Yet Announced The New Baby's Name!

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Tragically, one of the comments on her first pregnancy post was 'Glee' co-star Naya Rivera, who wrote, “Aww congrats! I love this. You’re going to be a great mommy!”

As we reported, Naya drowned in a lake near Los Angeles after boating with her young son. Investigators claim it was just a tragic accident and it's unclear how Rivera ended up in the water and not being able to get back into the boat with her child.

“I get to be married to my best friend, which is the greatest thing in the entire world. At this point in my life, I feel the most grounded — and happiest — I ever have," Lea told US Weekly about the father of her child.

Congratulations!

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