'This Is Us': Will 'The Big 3' Stars Share a Birthday With Mandy Moore's Baby-to-Be?

Beloved singer, songwriter, and actress Mandy Moore announced that she is expecting her first child with husband Taylor goldsmith. The This Is Us star is set to deliver is early 2021. Could their little one share a birthday with any of the “Big 3” actors?

Mandy Moore is expecting more than season 5 of ‘This Is Us’

Years of playing This Is Us patriarch Rebecca Pearson has paid off. Moore and her musician husband Goldsmith will welcome a baby boy — their first child together — soon. The couple announced the news on social media.

“Baby Boy Goldsmith coming early 2021 💙,” Moore captioned the photo on Instagram.

Many celebrities commented on the announcement, including Moore’s This Is Us co-stars, Ellen DeGeneres, the official This Is Us account, Hilary Duff, and more.

The happy couple started dating in 2015, became engaged in September 2017, and married in November 2018.

Will any Pearson sibling actors share a birthday with Baby Moore?

In total, there are three sets of actors who play “The Big 3” on This Is Us (not including the infant and toddler stars). That said, could Moore’s baby-to-be arrive on or near any of their birthdays?

The youngest trio includes Mackenzie Hancsicsak, Parker Bates, and Lonnie Chavis. Hancsicsak and Chavis have fall birthdays on Aug. 22 and Nov. 23, respectively. Bates, however, has a March 1 birthday which technically falls under an “early 2021” birthdate.

The teen versions of the Pearson brood includes Niles Fitch, Hannah Zeile, and Logan Shroyer. Fitch is a July 12 baby, while Zeile was born on Nov. 7, and Shroyer is also a March baby, born on the 10th.

As for the adult Randall, Kevin, and Kate Pearson stars, Justin Hartley (Kevin) might have the biggest chance at sharing a birthday with baby Moore. He was born on Jan. 29. Sterling K. Brown (Randall) celebrates on April 5, and Chrissy Metz (Kate) claims a Sept. 29 birthday.

Season 5 of ‘This Is Us’ set to return 2 weeks earlier than planned

This Is Us dropped a massive gift for fans on Sept. 24 with news that season 5 of the drama series will return to NBC two weeks earlier than previously stated.

The two-hour premiere will have “a lot of new beginnings,” series creator Dan Fogelman told Glamour. “Particularly the words birth and rebirth are going to be a big thematic part of next season.”

As for when the world will meet Moore and Goldsmith’s little one, only time will tell. In the meantime, we’re counting down to the This Is Us premiere.

This Is Us Season 5 airs on Tuesday, Oct. 27 on NBC.

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