Mandy Moore says her life is in ‘Technicolor’ since becoming a mother: ‘All the clichés are true’

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Mandy Moore says her life turned to ‘Technicolor’ after becoming a mother: ‘All the clichés are true’


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Mandy Moore says her life turned to ‘Technicolor’ after she became a mom.

The This Is Us star, 37, talked about life since welcoming son Gus in a profile for Parents magazine’s December issue.

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‘Not to sound cheesy, but all the clichés are true. Life is Technicolor now. It just makes sense in a way that it didn’t before,’ she gushed while holding her little guy up for the chic holiday cover.

Bright spirits! Mandy Moore says her life turned to 'Technicolor' after she welcomed son Gus earlier this year

Bright spirits! Mandy Moore says her life turned to ‘Technicolor’ after she welcomed son Gus earlier this year

Moore stunned in the shot, donning a knit cream dress while Gus put his thumb up and smiled.

‘I had no idea that this degree of love existed in the world,’ Mandy went on about her eight-month-old.

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Moore went on explaining how she knows motherhood will ‘change what I write about and, as an actor, what I’m able to access.’

‘I have a new color to bring to the table that I didn’t have before. It’s going to impact the choices I make when it comes to work. Everything is different now,’ she explained. 

Mandy welcomed Gus in February with musician husband Taylor Goldsmith. 

The first-time mom went on to tell Parents: ‘I had no idea what I was in for. I mean, there’s so much emphasis on pregnancy! Then the baby comes, and it’s suddenly all about the baby, and you just figure it out.’

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Pure love: 'I had no idea that this degree of love existed in the world,' Mandy went on about her eight-month-old

Pure love: ‘I had no idea that this degree of love existed in the world,’ Mandy went on about her eight-month-old

Sweet: Mandy welcomed Gus in February with musician husband Taylor Goldsmith

Sweet: Mandy welcomed Gus in February with musician husband Taylor Goldsmith

‘I honestly felt a little forgotten and lost. I guess I expected friendships to be maintained,’ she continued.  

‘When you have a child, the world as you know it shifts in such a profound way, and for the most part everyone was waiting when I came up for air. But I’ve also found that some friendships have seasons.’

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‘So it’s become important for me to reach out to new friends on social media, like chef Gaby Dalkin. 

‘We knew each other peripherally before, but now that we’ve had babies at the same time, I am like, “Can we hang out? Can we talk? Can I pick your brain?:’

She added that she and hubby 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 went on. 

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Learning as she goes: The first-time mom told Parents mag, 'I had no idea what I was in for. I mean, there's so much emphasis on pregnancy! Then the baby comes, and it's suddenly all about the baby, and you just figure it out'

Learning as she goes: The first-time mom told Parents mag, ‘I had no idea what I was in for. I mean, there’s so much emphasis on pregnancy! Then the baby comes, and it’s suddenly all about the baby, and you just figure it out’

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