Lea Micheles 2-year-old son, Ever, has long road ahead after hospitalizations

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Lea Michele’s son, Ever, is “doing well” after he was hospitalized multiple times last month for “scary” health issues.

“Ever’s doing good,” the actress told People at the Time100 Gala in New York City on Wednesday.

“We still have a little bit of a long road ahead of us here,” the “Glee” alum, 36, continued. “But he’s doing well, thank God, and healthy.”

Michele, who shares the 2-year-old with husband Zandy Reich, credited him and her “Funny Girl” castmates for getting her through the tough time.

“He’s here tonight,” the actress said of her “wonderful” partner, joking, “The last event that he was this excited for was the NFL Honors!”

Michele and the businessman, 40, were at the event to celebrate her being named one of Time Magazine’s most influential people this year.

“I’m so happy to be here and honored more than anything,” Michele gushed on the red carpet.

The ceremony took place one month after Michele told her Instagram followers that she had to miss a Broadway performance to be with Ever as he received medical care for an unknown health condition.

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“We are at the hospital with our son dealing with a scary health issue that I need to be here for,” she wrote at the time.

Earlier this month, Ever was hospitalized again.

“Today was a hard day,” Michele wrote via Instagram Stories at the time. “As parents, we have to be strong for our kids. But sometimes you just want to break down and cry.

“These hard times show you truly what matters and is important in life and how much we have to be grateful for,” the singer continued. “It’s been hard to say the least but our boy is such a champ and is going to be ok. But it still hurts.”

Michele has not yet commented on the nature of Ever’s hospitalizations but has asked her fans for “love and strength.”

The “Scream Queens” alum and Reich welcomed Ever in August 2020 after a “very intense, very scary” pregnancy.

The couple have since expressed interest in expanding their family further despite her previous pregnancy complications and “some heartbreaks” while trying to conceive.

She and Reich got married in 2019 after dating for nearly two years.

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