Lea Michele is busy promoting her solo debut, yet she is never too occupied to take a moment to reflect on her relationship with her late boyfriend, Cory Monteith.
In a cover story for the U.K.’s “Glamour” magazine, she opened up about the plans they had for the future.
“We talked about children and what we would look like when we grew old… We were it. When you’re at that place in life with someone, you talk about everything,” she said (via “Life & Style”).
Michele, whose album "Louder" dropped this week, has been vocal about the way her music has helped her grieve for Monteith, who passed away last summer of an accidental drug overdose.
She adds that she is not at a place to dip her pool back in the dating pond, but that “Cory wouldn’t want” her to be alone forever.
“Glee” is currently finishing up its fifth season, before returning in the fall for its final run. The show will also leave Lima behind, starting with a shakeup in the 100th episode in March, when Sue Sylvester (Jane Lynch) finally puts an end to the glee club.