At eight months pregnant, Mandy Moore is getting closer to her due date. And on Thursday, the This Is Us star showcased her chic maternity style as she grabbed groceries in Los Angeles.
The actress and singer who’s already the proud mother to 18-month-old son August – looked angelic in a white maxi dress with puff sleeves. Moore, 39, looked stylish in the soft-looking number, that came down to about her mid-calves. It also had a loose enough design that it covered up her growing baby bump.
Those temperatures soared even higher in other parts of the Los Angeles region on Thursday. And that doesn’t bode too well for someone who’s in the last weeks of her pregnancy, like Moore.
She also donned black and brown Birkenstock sandals, and had a bright yellow purse over her right shoulder. With the sun glaring down and the temperature hovering around 90 degrees Fahrenheit in some of the inland areas of LA, The Princess Diaries star wore dark sunglasses and a hair band to pull back her dark brown tresses off her face.
And from the looks of her newest Instagram post, the heat has had a debilitating affect on the New Hampshire native as of late. ‘8 months pregnant in August is decidedly not the most comfortable,’ she wrote across a photo showing her laying down on her bed with her eyes closed.
‘Can we freeze time for just a moment? Savoring all these moments with just the two of us,’ she began in the caption, adding, ‘Can’t believe this guy is going to be a big brother soon.’
Earlier on Thursday, Moore started to think about how her son, whom she shares with husband Taylor Goldsmith, is about take on the role of big brother. She proceeded to post a couple of photos of little Gus sitting on a mimi train with a big beaming smile on his face in the cover image.
Moore and Goldsmith, who have been married since November 2018, announced in June that they are expecting another boy in the fall. About eight months ago, Moore told Parents that she and Goldsmith are ‘very much still flying by the seat of our pants.’
‘But I feel like that is parenthood in a nutshell, and we’re going to be doing that for the rest of our lives,’ she added.