Mandy Moore Gives Birth, Welcomes Baby No. 2 With Taylor Goldsmith

Almost two years after welcoming son Gus, Mandy Moore gave birth to her second baby boy with husband Taylor Goldsmith. Keep reading to find out the little one's name.

By Ashley Joy Parker Oct 21, 2022 10:53 PMTags
Watch: Mandy Moore Welcomes Baby No. 2: Meet Her New Baby Boy!

This is Ozzie.

One month after her star-studded bay shower, Mandy Moore has welcomed her second child—a baby boy—with husband Taylor Goldsmith. The now mother-of-two shared the news on her Instagram, "Ozzie is here! Oscar Bennett Goldsmith arrived a little late but with much aplomb (and an easier/speedier delivery than his big brother, much to the delight of his parents)." 

In her Oct. 21 post, she gushed over the love they have for their newborn son. "Every adage is true: our hearts have doubled in size and the immediacy of the love is astounding," Mandy said. "He is beyond words and we are so grateful for our family of four!" (See the first pics of Ozzie here.)

The little one joins big brother August "Gus" Harrison Goldsmith, who the couple welcomed in February 2021.

Mandy, 38—who tied the knot with the Dawes singer in 2018—first announced her pregnancy over the summer, just days after her hit NBC show This Is Us came to an end.

"One incredibly seminal chapter of my life just ended and the next one, as a mother of two, is about to start… and are we ever so deeply grateful and excited," she captioned an Instagram photo of her first-born. "Baby Boy Goldsmith #2 coming this fall! Tour is gonna be slightly different than I expected but I can't wait and Gus is gonna be the BEST big brother!! Xo."

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Shortly after her announcement, the "Candy" singer hit the road in support of her seventh studio album, In Real Life, but ended up cancelled the remaining tour dates explaining that she had to "put my family and my health (and the health of my baby) first."


In August, Mandy revealed she had been diagnosed rare autoimmune disorder called immune thrombocytopenic purpura (ITP), which causes low blood platelet levels. Her condition prevented her from getting an epidural while delivering her first child, something she anticipated going without the second time around.


"It was awful, but I can do it one more time," she told TODAY Parents in August. "I can climb that mountain again."

She added, "I wish medication was an option—just the idea of it being on the table is so nice. But we'll just push forth like we did last time."

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