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Mandy Moore plans to take a short break from acting to become a mom.

The 38-year-old actress and singer has revealed that she plans to spend time with her 15-month-old son Gus, whom she has with husband Taylor Goldsmith, before deciding what to do next after the last episode. The NBC hit family drama “It’s Us” came to an end this week.

Mandy, who is preparing to emotionally say goodbye to the heroine Rebecca Pearson, whom she has been playing since 2016, told Entertainment Tonight: “I was pregnant with Gus the entire fifth season and then returned to work when he was menstruating.

“So I’m happy to be a mom for a minute and then figure out what I want to do after that.”

Meanwhile, singer “Candy” recently revealed that she draws parental inspiration from her alter ego “This Is Us”.

Mandy welcomed her character as the “main guide” when it comes to raising a family.

She said: “I am so lucky to have had a top guide with Rebecca. She is human and erroneous, but her family and mother are always her top priority.”

Due to the fact that the show ended after six seasons, Mandy was grateful for her new album “In Real Life” on which to focus.

She added: “I feel grateful that I have an emotional catharsis from the release of the record and the opportunity to go out and handle everything. I definitely feel everything!”

Despite his young age, Gus is already showing signs of following in his parents ’musical footsteps.

Mandy said, “He has no choice. He loves when Dad plays the guitar and when Mom and Dad sing to him. But those gibberish songs I sing to him while I change his diaper, they will only live in our house!”

“We’re just having so much fun. He’s walking now, talking. He’s kissing and he’s like a little parrot. He loves the moon and wakes up every day and says, ‘The moon is leaving?’ It’s just the best.”

Mandy worked on her album with her husband and members of his band Dawes and chronicles their attempts to conceive amid a coronavirus pandemic.


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