Pregnant Mandy Moore Reveals the 'Biggest Difference' While Expecting Baby No. 3 (Exclusive)

The actress shares sons Gus, 3, and Ozzie, 19 months, with husband Taylor Goldsmith

<p>John Nacion/Getty </p> Mandy Moore at the Las Culturistas Culture Awards, where she was honored with the Lifetime of Culture Award

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Mandy Moore at the Las Culturistas Culture Awards, where she was honored with the Lifetime of Culture Award

Mandy Moore is pregnant with her third baby — and she’s now got motherhood down to a science!

When asked if she is doing differently this time around, the singer and actress, 40, told PEOPLE at the Las Culturistas Culture Awards on Saturday, June 15, “Just chasing two wild toddlers.”

“So that's the biggest difference,” added Moore, who is expecting her first daughter. (She shares sons Augustus "Gus," 3, and Oscar "Ozzie," 19 months, with husband Taylor Goldsmith.)

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<p>Mandy Moore/ Instagram</p> Taylor Goldsmith and Mandy Moore with sons Gus and Ozzie

Mandy Moore/ Instagram

Taylor Goldsmith and Mandy Moore with sons Gus and Ozzie

One of Moore's “wild toddlers” appeared later in the evening to congratulate her on winning the biggest honor of the night — the inaugural lifetime of culture award.

Before Moore appeared on stage at Brooklyn’s Kings Theatre to accept the award from co-hosts Bowen Yang and Matt Rogers — and receive multiple standing ovations — she was honored with a special video tribute.

Spliced together with iconic clips from her music and acting career, the video included messages from her Princess Diaries costar Sandra Oh and Tangled costar Donna Murphy — as well as a special tribute from Goldsmith and her eldest son.

In the adorable clip, the toddler attempted to congratulate Moore using the full name of her career-spanning honor with some help from dad Goldsmith, as the duo both smiled into the camera.

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Moore and Goldsmith announced that they will soon be welcoming a daughter last month on Instagram — with a nod to the actress’s onscreen kids in This Is Us.

Alongside a photo of Gus and Ozzie holding hands and wearing T-shirts that read "Big" and "Middle,” respectively, the star wrote, "Sometimes life imitates art.”

"The third in our own Big Three coming soon,” she continued in the caption. “Can’t wait for these boys to have a baby sister. 💓💓💓.”

While speaking with PEOPLE earlier this month, the Walk to Remember star said that as the parents transition into a three-kid household, they are just enjoying where their family is at right now.

"It's so much fun,” she told PEOPLE. “I know that parents sort of love to say it just gets better, but I truly believe that is the case. We have one that's obviously potty-trained and the other's still in diapers, but they're only 20 months apart so they're just starting to interact with each other."

"My husband I looked at each other the other day and we're like, 'This is a good phase.' But also recognizing in parenting, it's an ebb and flow," continued Moore. "You cannot get used to anything because as soon as you sort of digested it and you're like, 'Oh wow, we can handle this,' then some other challenge is thrown your way.”

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Alongside Moore, the third annual Las Culturistas Culture Awards, which was produced by Disco Nap's Lauren Mandel, featured guests like comedians Heather McMahan and Cole Escola, Hacks star Hannah Einbinder and Julia Fox — plus a virtual appearance from Sabrina Carpenter.

Like in previous years, Yang and Rogers created all of the 2024 categories and selected all of the nominees. From handing out “the Tina Fey award for best wisdom” to the “awards award for most awards," the podcasters and Fire Island stars celebrated the year's cultural moments big and small.

Yang will star in the upcoming movie musical Wicked as Pfannee, a friend of the character Ariana Grande’s Glinda. Yang and Grande are also good friends off-screen — and the singer even made a virtual cameo at the 2023 ceremony to accept the "Alison Williams Cool Girl" award.

The comedians' iHeartRadio podcast, which airs weekly, has welcomed guests like Moore, as well as Kelly ClarksonDua LipaBen PlattSeth Meyers and Yang’s Saturday Night Live costar, Sarah Sherman.

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