Mandy Moore and Hilary Duff's baby have adorable play date: 'Love story for the ages'

Duff and Moore's newborns, Mae and Gus.
Duff and Moore's newborns, Mae and Gus. Photo: Instagram

We wouldn't mind being part of this mothers' group!

Mandy Moore and Hilary Duff's newborn babies met for the first time over the weekend, with the proud mums shared sweet snaps to social media.

Moore, 37 and her husband Taylor Goldsmith, 35 welcomed their son August 'Gus' on February 20, while  Duff, 33 and her husband Matthew Korma, 35, welcomed their daughter Mae on March 24.

In the photo little Mae is looking less than thrilled with her play date, but Gus looks pretty happy with his company.

The sweet snap was shared on social media.

The sweet snap was shared on social media. Photo: Instagram

"​When August met Mae: a love story for the ages," Moore wrote alongside the cute snap, with Duff reposting to her own story, adding: "on the look out for a fall and winter friend".

Little Mae joined older sister Banks Violet, two and brother Luca Cruz, nine, from Duff's previous marriage to Mike Comrie.


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Gus is Moore and Goldsmith's first child, with the This Is Us actress opening up about her fertility struggles, revealing she has endometriosis and was told she'd need surgery in order to conceive, due to her condition.


"I was fully prepared to go have surgery and fix my uterus and hopefully get rid of the endometriosis, if it was there," she told Romper

"Because of this issue with my uterus, I was very hesitant to believe it and put any stock in it. 

"I sort of was holding my breath until 12 weeks."

Duff spoke to People last last year, saying she's found her third pregnancy her 'easiest' — despite being heavily pregnant during a global pandemic. 

"I'm more tired because of having a toddler, but I have less time to focus on the pregnancy because I'm busy with my kids and work," she said at the time.

"It's a nice distraction because I'm not Googling everything and obsessing over everything that's happening with the pregnancy."