A source confirmed the news to People magazine saying: "They've always wanted to be parents."
The pair first began dating in 2017 and tied the knot in March 2019 with a source telling E! News last year, "they are loving the feeling of being married and getting to call each other husband and wife."
"They were so ecstatic about the entire [wedding] weekend and just keep talking about how magical and incredible it was. They didn't want it to end and are still remembering more and more details that they had forgotten,” the source continued.
Lea has yet to share the news on social media, but has been posting about life in isolation since the coronavirus pandemic began.
Earlier this month, she uploaded a selfie of herself and Zandy, writing: "Grateful for this one."
On Zandy's birthday she shared a sweet shot from their wedding, writing: "Happy Birthday to my incredible husband! Z you made all my dreams come true and I love you so much."
Congratulations to the loved up couple!
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