Report says that Vanessa and Michael tied the knot this January. The Riverdale star told E! News at the time, “Today, I vowed to love my best friend for a lifetime and it was a day spent with those we love in a room filled with endless love. I can’t wait to spend the rest of my life with him.”
She revealed they started dating in June 2018 after connecting on social media weeks prior. “If it wasn’t for social media, we would have never known each other,” Morgan joked to E! News.
Following their intimate winter wedding, the actress posted many tributes to her husband, including one posted on April 30. For his part, the athlete prefers to fly under the radar, with no active social media accounts.
Kopech previously confirmed via the White Sox General Manager Rick Hahn that he would not be participating in the 2020 season, citing “personal reasons.”
“We recognize that reaching this decision is incredibly difficult for any competitive athlete, and our organization is understanding and supportive,” Hahn told ESPN.
A rep for Morgan declined to comment.