The "Big, Big Plans" star had been planning to celebrate his nuptials by jetting off on honeymoon with former "The Bachelor" contestant Lauren next month (Apr20).
But the health crisis has meant the newlyweds, who tied the knot last October (19), have had to put those plans on hold.
"I'd purposely taken time off 'cause we were going to go on a honeymoon," he told Entertainment Tonight via Zoom. "We just found out that we're no longer going to be able to do that for the time being. But we'll get it rescheduled at some point whenever life resumes to normal and we'll go from there."
And while the pair are understandably disappointed about having to reschedule their honeymoon, they're trying to make the most of spending time together at home. The lockdown has also given Lauren a fresh perspective on just how much her other half enjoys his day job.
"As much as we're enjoying time together, I know he's missing doing what he loves so much," she said. "So I feel kind of bad for ever complaining about how crazy his schedule is, 'cause I definitely see how much he misses doing what he loves."