"We are so excited to be married and grateful to be surrounded by our friends and family," the couple told the outlet after saying "I do". "And most of all, we’re so happy to spend the rest of our lives together."
The Broadway star also gushed about married life during an interview with Health last September, saying: "I always had relationships where I needed to be the one holding down the fort, and it’s wonderful to have someone who’s in their own lane and has a foundation for who they are and where they are in their own life," she said. "We met at the same level personally and professionally. And to go on that journey now together is unbelievable."
Lea also expressed her desire to start a family, admitting in five years time she hopes to be a "mum of, like, 10 kids".
"I’m so excited about the thought of being a mum. I also want to continue making records, and I hope to return to Broadway. I also just really want to continue being my own boss—in the sense of creating content for myself on television and writing roles and finding projects that really serve me."
The loved up couple— who have known each other for years— went public with their romance in July 2017. In April 2018, Zandy got down on one knee and proposed.
Following their engagement, the New York Times best-selling author announced the exciting news on Instagram, sharing a photo of herself sporting a four-carat diamond ring.
She simply captioned the post, "Yes."
When asked about the proposal, Lea admitted: "I think the first thing I said to him was, ‘Stop joking around!’ So I was super surprised."
She continued: "Everyone said, 'Try to be present because it’ll happen so quickly.' Which I didn’t listen to at all and blacked out and I barely remember. We both blacked out and were like, 'What? Did we say yes? Is this happening?'"