Who Is Lacey Chabert's Husband? David Nehdar & The 'Mean Girls' Star Keep Very Private
Gretchen Wieners will always have a special place in my heart, so I think it's only normal for me to want to get to know the man who stole her heart a little bit better. Is that weird? Well, so be it. You see, the woman behind Gretchen, Lacey Chabert, is married to David Nehdar and they're having a baby, which is the cutest and most exciting Mean Girls-adjacent news I've heard in awhile. That said, I think now is a good a time as any to learn more about the father of Gretchen Weiners's legacy.
Well friends, my curiosity got the better of me and I did some digging. It appears that Nehdar is first and foremost, extremely low-key. How low-key you ask? Well, as People reported, when the two got married, Chabert didn't even release his name, though she did gush over her newly married state on Twitter saying, "I'm starting off 2014 as a Mrs! Over the holidays, my best friend & love of my life...we became husband & wife! #soblessed #love." Hey, maybe he's a superhero and has a secret identity. Or maybe he's in the CIA. Either way, what a cool occupation!
Both Chabert and Nehdar have consistently maintained this low-key lifestyle. Sure, it's not what we usually see from celebs, but this specific strategy, the one where they effectively (and nicely) tell everyone its none of their business, seems to be working for them, and here's why.
Chabert Mentions Him When It Counts
She makes sure to talk publicly about him in only the most heartfelt of terms.
And Still Manages To Include Him In The Big Moments
That announcement was very much about "we" and not "me."
She Uses Her Social Media Accounts To Promote Her Work
In show biz, projects need a specific social media type of attention. Remember, she sees her husband in person. She doesn't need to tweet about him for it to be real.
...And To Share Her More Abstract Musings
Chabert uses her Twitter and Instagram to post about things like work, support for her friends, the weather, TV shows, and most importantly, her dog. Nothing about it is super deep, and I totally understand that. I'm not a celebrity and I tend to keep my private life private while tweeting about other, less personal things.
Whatever the case may be, keeping private is their status quo and if it works for them, that's what matters.