• Mandy Moore opened up about feeling nauseous and emotional in her third trimester
  • The actress and her husband are expecting their first child in early 2021
  • They announced the pregnancy in September 2020

"This Is Us" star Mandy Moore announced that she was expecting her first child with husband Taylor Goldsmith earlier this year. Just recently, she opened up about her struggles during the third trimester of her pregnancy.

Moore, who plays the role of Rebecca Pearson in NBC's hit television drama "This Is Us," approached her followers on Instagram with some doubts as she continued to deal with the difficulties of pregnancy. She sought some advice and guidance from her 4.4 million fans on the social media platform.

"Question for third-trimester pregnant friends- is anyone else suddenly nauseous, exhausted, and weepy?" Moore wrote on her Instagram story alongside a photo of her in bed. "What the heck? I feel like everything just turned on a dime."

In her second post, she thanked her fans and updated them that she was feeling slightly better.

"Today is a new day and I definitely feel less 'off' but going with the flow and expecting to feel all the feels again soon," the 36-year-old actress wrote. "Hormones are no joke," she added.

In another post, she uploaded a video assuring her fans that she was doing "OK."

"I am grateful. It is just wild, hormones are crazy," she wrote over an emotional video of hers that read, "Crying for no reason."

Moore announced her pregnancy in September. She posted a picture of her and Goldsmith, revealing that their baby boy would arrive in early 2021.

Last week, the songstress posted another update, announcing that she was 30 weeks into her pregnancy journey. Dressed in a floral dress, she posed in front of a mirror for a selfie with her hand on her growing bump. She called her baby a "tiny kickboxer."

Moore and Dawes frontman Goldsmith started dating in 2015. After seeing each other for two years, the pair got engaged in 2017. They tied the knot in Los Angeles on Nov. 18, 2018.

Speaking to SiriusXM's "The Jess Cagle Show," Moore revealed that she lost weight during her first trimester.

"I couldn't eat. I lost a bunch of weight. I just, like, I just stayed in bed all day," she said on the podcast as quoted by E! Online. "But luckily, I know that's not the case for everybody that it sometimes can, you know, persevere for the entire pregnancy. So, I'm lucky that that kind of trailed off and I feel much better now."

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Mandy Moore is pictured attending the 25th Annual Critics’ Choice Awards on Jan. 12, 2020 in Santa Monica, California. Frazer Harrison/Getty Images