She married businessman Zandy Reich on March 9, 2019. Nearly a year and a half later, on August 20, Lea Michele gave birth to her first child.
On Tuesday, the new mom was spotted walking alongside her husband while pushing her six-week-old son, Ever Leo Reich, in his Nuna Mixx stroller in Santa Monica.
Zandy Reich and wife Lea Michele on a stroll with baby Ever Leo in Santa Monica on October 6, 2020
The couple kept things casual for their morning stroll. Zandy wore a gray tee with cropped navy blue sweats, while the 34-year-old actress opted for a monochrome athleisure.
Zandy Reich wears a gray tee with cropped sweats while Lea dons a monochrome athleisure
Showcasing her post-baby body, Idina Menzel’s lookalike wore a sleeveless white top and highlighted her shapely legs in black cropped leggings.
Lea Michele showcases her post-baby body in a white sleeveless top with black leggings
Lea accessorized her relaxed look with a pair of tiny gold hoop earrings and a long, gold pendant necklace.
She then kept a low-key look with a pair of gold-framed Ray-Ban Hexagonal sunglasses and a black face mask to keep her and her family safe from coronavirus.
Lea Michele keeps it low-key with Ray-Ban Hexagonal sunglasses and a black face mask
Pulling her long hair back into a ponytail, Lea rounded out her sporty outfit with her go-to sneakers.
She wore the TechLoom Breeze sneakers from celebrity-favorite sneaker brand, APL: Athletic Propulsion Labs.
These sneakers feature a seamless, high elastic stretch rebound TechLoom upper with an internal speed lacing system. They also have the brand’s propriety Propelium midsole technology, padded ankles, rear pull tabs, and durable rubber outsoles.
Lea Michele completes her athleisure look with APL sneakers
APL ‘TechLoom Breeze’ Sneakers, $207 at Farfetch
Black and white TechLoom Breeze sneakers from APL: Athletic Propulsion Labs featuring a round toe, a lace-up front fastening, a mesh upper, a logo patch at the tongue, a padded ankle, a pull tab at the rear, a flat rubber sole, and proprietary Propelium technology
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