Mandy Moore's This Is Us Husband Milo Ventimiglia Approves of Her Fiancé: "We're All Very Happy for You"

The TV couple and their co-star Sterling K. Brown appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show

By Elyse Dupre Sep 25, 2017 1:18 PMTags
Mandy Moore, Milo VentimigliaMichael Rozman/Warner Bros.

It looks like Mandy Moore's fiancé Taylor Goldsmith got the stamp of approval from the This Is Us star's TV husband Milo Ventimiglia.

While appearing on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Ellen DeGeneres congratulated Moore on her recent engagement, which was revealed on Sept. 13. DeGeneres then asked Ventimiglia, who plays Moore's husband Jack Pearson, if he felt possessive over his TV wife. While Ventimiglia said Goldsmith didn't ask for his blessing before popping the question, he was happy for the couple.

"I didn't get asked for her hand in marriage as like TV husband," he told DeGeneres, "but at the same time, I was OK with it. It was fine."

In fact, Ventimiglia had nothing but kind things to say about his co-star and her musician fiancé.

"Taylor he's the kindest soul and as Mandy she's like the most beautiful of human beings," he continued. "So the two of them coming together, it's right and it's good. We're all very happy for you." 

Sterling K. Brown, who recently won an Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series, echoed Ventimiglia's sentiments with an "Amen."

"Thanks, Mi. That's sweet of you," Moore replied.

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But Ventimiglia and Brown aren't the only cast members Goldsmith has met. On the contrary, Moore said he's been introduced to the whole TV family.

"We're like one big family—as cheesy and gross as that sounds," Moore told DeGeneres. "We all really love each other."

Moore recently celebrated her engagement with her closest friends at an engagement party. The party was fit for a princess, complete with colorful crowns, mini sandwiches, bridal games and beautiful décor, including stunning flowers and a "Mandy and Taylor" banner.

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