Lea Michele Is Enjoying 'That Wife Life' on Her Honeymoon

The actress showed off her wedding band on social media

<p>Lea Michele and Zandy Reich attend a Golden Globe after party at The Beverly Hilton Hotel.</p>

Kevin Mazur

Lea Michele is officially a married lady, and she's loving it. On Monday, while she was on her honeymoon, she shared a little video of her new wedding band and engagement ring on her Instagram stories, captioning the little clip, "That wife life."

Michele is vacationing somewhere tropical with her new husband Zandy Reich, whom she married on March 9 in Napa’s Carneros Resort in California. The couple had been dating for two years before announcing their engagement last April—Michele had revealed that she was getting hitched by posting a photo of that insane four-carat elongated radiant-cut ring, the same one she showed off again this week.

On Monday, Michele also give her fans a glimpse at the wedding band, which is just as sparkly and features round diamonds that wrap all around the ring. She provided a few other sneak peeks into her honeymoon: She posted an image of some palm trees and one of herself holding a coconut drink by the beach. She also took a shot of herself and her husband toasting as shadows, writing over the photo, "The Reichs."

The couple's wedding was filled with all of Michele's close friends from Glee. Her costars Darren Criss, Jonathan Groff, and Becca Tobin all showed up and, maybe wildest of all, her officiant was none other than Glee creator Ryan Murphy.

“Ryan is like my family,” Michele told Brides last month. “One of the greatest friends in the world that I have, so when my boyfriend got the seal of approval from Ryan Murphy, that’s it. Yeah, my parents, friends, whatever, but Ryan Murphy, done deal seals the deal.”

Michele tied the knot in a stunning Lhuillier wedding gown that she'd had a gut feeling about from the moment she saw it. She was an absolutely beautiful bride on the big day, and now, married life seems to really agree with her too.

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