Mandy Moore gives birth to second baby boy with Taylor Goldsmith

Mandy Moore is a mom – again!

The 38-year-old actress gave birth to her and Taylor Goldsmith’s second baby boy, Oscar Bennett, on Friday.

“Ozzie is here! Oscar Bennett Goldsmith arrived a little late but with great aplomb (and easier/faster delivery than his big brother, much to the delight of his parents),” Moore and Goldsmith announced in a joint Instagram post. . “All the sayings are true: our hearts have doubled in size and the immediacy of love is staggering. It is beyond words and we are so grateful to our family of four!

In the post, the actress looked beaming as she smiled at her new bundle of joy with Goldsmith looking over her shoulder.

The couple also shared a photo of the proud dad, 37, spending some alone time with his second son as they cuddled skin to skin.

The couple welcomed their eldest son, Gus, now one, in February 2021, and the toddler made an adorable appearance in Moore’s pregnancy announcement in June.

“An incredibly seminal chapter of my life has just ended,” the ‘This Is Us’ star wrote on Instagram at the time of his six seasons on the NBC show.

“The next one, as a mother of two, is about to begin…and are we ever so deeply grateful and excited,” Moore captioned the sweet snap of Gus in a “big brother” shirt.

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The “This Is Us” alum revealed her pregnancy in June.
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The singer then hinted at her due date, adding, “Baby Boy Goldsmith #2 coming this fall!”

While Moore joked that her next tour would be “a little different” with a little one on the way, she canceled the trek later that month after just 12 shows.

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The actress welcomed her son Gus in February 2021.

“It was an honor and an absolute dream to return to the stage last month, performing for all of you,” she wrote via Instagram, noting that her decision to quit left her with a “heavy heart.”

The ‘Tangled’ star continued, “When we booked these shows I wasn’t pregnant and although I really thought I could get by, the way we travel (long hours on the bus and not resting properly) caught up, wreaked havoc and made it too difficult to continue.

“I know I have to put my family and my health (and my baby’s health) first and the best place for me right now is at home,” she concluded before sharing the news. repayment.

The next day, Moore told his followers that it was “difficult” but necessary to “prioritize rest over restlessness”.

Her celebrity friends shared their support, from Chrissy Metz commenting with heart emojis to Rachel Bilson praising Moore’s “mummy strength.”

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