Lea Michele Offers Sweet Tribute to Son Ever on His 2nd Birthday

The actress, who is known for portraying Rachel Berry on 'Glee', celebrates her son's latest milestone by sharing cute photos from the birthday bash on Instagram.

AceShowbiz - Lea Michele was celebrating her child's latest milestone. As her son Ever Leo Reich turned 2, the former "Glee" star took to social media on Saturday, August 20 to offer a sweet tribute to her baby boy.

Making use of Instagram, the 35-year-old shared a photo of her cradling the birthday boy. She followed it up with an image of her and her son posing next to her husband, Zandy Reich. The trio wore blue outfits for the special occasion.

In addition, Lea unleashed a picture of a construction site-themed cake. "Happy 2nd Birthday to our sweet Ever," she gushed in the caption. "Mommy and Daddy love you more than you will ever know. [white and blue heart emojis]."

The post arrived around eight months after Lea treated her fans and followers to the first photo of Ever's face. She shared the snap when honoring her spouse on his birthday. In it, Zandy could be seen holding their baby who rocked stylish adult-size Ray-Ban sunglasses. He also wore a cozy sweater set and coordinating cap, matching his doting dad.

"Greatest man, father, husband and friend. I wake up every day so thankful that you are ours Z," Lea captioned the seaside photo. The "Scream Queens" alum added, "Happy Birthday! Ever and I love you so much. [red heart emoji]."

Lea welcomed her son in August 2020, a little over a year after tying the knot with her husband in an intimate ceremony in Northern California. When recalling her pregnancy, she told Entertainment Tonight last November, "We were pregnant during a pandemic dealing with those complications... And then my son was born, we were in quarantine for almost a year altogether with him, so it's been pretty wild. We're just now starting to get back into the swing of life again."

Lea also revealed that she suffered from polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), which is a hormonal disorder common among women of a reproductive age. "We had given up a little bit, my husband and I," she admitted.

"But they say when you give up and when you stop trying is when these little miracles happen. But it wasn't just for nothing," Lea told the outlet. She went on to recall that she and her husband "did work really hard with [her] doctor and in the process of doing all of those surgeries, to help [her] body have a baby, which is all [she's] ever really wanted."

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