'This Is Us' Star Mandy Moore Welcomes Her First Child — Meet August Harrison Goldsmith
“This Is Us” star Mandy Moore and her husband Taylor Goldsmith have welcomed their first child together. The new mom introduced her sweet boy to the world yesterday via a heart-melting photo.
Mandy Moore and her husband Taylor Goldsmith are now proud parents of one! The “This Is Us” star shared the good news of their first child’s arrival yesterday via Instagram post. She wrote:
“Gus is here! Our sweet boy, August Harrison Goldsmith. He was punctual and arrived right on his due date, much to the delight of his parents.”
Taylor Goldsmith and Mandy Moore at Communities in Schools Annual Celebration on May 1, 2018 | Photo: Getty Images
The new mom confessed that she and Goldsmith were prepared to love their bundle of joy, but upon seeing Gus, the love they felt was far beyond their imagination. Moore introduced her baby boy to the world with a sweet photo.
The newborn, whose face was excluded from the frame, was clothed in a blue onesie with his cute hands across his chest. Congratulatory messages from fans and colleagues filled the comments section.
Moore shared the news of her pregnancy back in September with a series of black-and-white photos that showed Goldsmith cradling her baby bump. The actress always kept fans updated throughout her journey with several images.
Despite the great news, Moore admitted she cautious and hesitant.
Earlier this month, Moore informed fans that her birth plan was altered when she discovered that her platelets had dropped exponentially during her pregnancy. The 36-year-old last month got candid about her fertility struggles.
In a cover for Romper, “The Princess Diaries” star disclosed that she was scheduled to undergo surgery after the doctor informed her about her infertility struggles before she found out she was expecting.
The actress explained that the medical expert told her she might have endometriosis and have some issues with her uterus after a series of ovulation tests. She was set to have surgery to treat the problems.
However, right before the operation, Moore chose to see the fertility doctor for an appointment, and that was when she found out she was pregnant. Despite the great news, Moore admitted she cautious and hesitant.
She said that past issues with getting pregnant made her hold her breath, ready for anything to happen until 12 weeks arrived and all was well with her baby. However, she became more confident in her third trimester. Congratulations to the couple!