Naya Rivera has filed for divorce from her husband of two years Ryan Dorsey and is requesting primary physical custody of their 14-month-old son Josey.
Naya Rivera has filed for divorce from Ryan Dorsey.
The 'Glee' star - who tied the knot with the 33-year-old actor in 2014 - submitted the court documents last week and is requesting primary physical custody of the couple's 14-month-old son Josey, TMZ reports.
Meanwhile, the 29-year-old actress previously opened up about how becoming a mother has made her ''more observant'' and ''truly selfless''.
She explained: ''It's made me a much more observant person. [You realise] how truly selfless you become.''
''I hope to instil good morals and values in him. I want to teach him to be confident but kind, strong but not proud, and to always be in love with life.''
Since welcoming her little boy into the world, Naya only gets one hour to herself in the morning, which she describes as ''invaluable''.
She shared: ''Breakfast is usually at 8 and now that Josey is older, we try to go out for breakfast a few times a week. We also hit up Coffee Bean or Starbucks in the morning where Josey requests that I buy him a banana off the counter every time. We're back by 9 for his nap [and] I get an invaluable hour break. I use that time to answer emails and call my mum to tell her all the cute new stuff Josey did in the three hours prior.
''Taking the time to not worry about your house or to-do lists or the baby is hard, but necessary. [It's] the love I get from him. Little things like the two kisses he stood up and gave me last night to say thank you for making him mac and cheese from scratch. It's a love never found anywhere or with anyone else. I'm going to cry so hard when the day comes that he doesn't want to hold my hand because it's not 'cool.'''
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