The former Glee star said she “withheld” opening up about her polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) diagnosis out of “fear of not sounding perfect or just being afraid.”
Lea told Katherine her “biggest fear” was not being able to become a mother, explaining, “It’s what I’ve wanted more than anything. And, emotionally, it just started to build and build.”
And while Lea did get pregnant with her husband, the experience was still an uphill journey. The singer dealt with bleeding in her first trimester and she recounted not being able to enjoy her pregnancy until two months before Ever arrived. Now, though, both actresses have beautiful baby sons, and appear to be doing well as they likely reminisced over their Scream Queens days.