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Mandy Moore Talks Wedding Details: 'I Don't Think I'm Going to Have a Big Affair'

Mandy Moore, 2017
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Mandy Moore visits "Extra" at Universal Studios Hollywood on May 31, 2017 in Universal City, Calif. 

After two years of dating, Mandy Moore and her boyfriend, Taylor Goldsmith, reportedly got engaged at their home last month. Though it’s only been a few weeks since Goldsmith popped the question, it turns out his bride-to-be already has a few ideas on how she envisions their special day.

“I don’t think I’m going to have a big old affair,” she told InStyle. “I think it will be small, and quiet, and private. I’m really lucky. My job allows me to get dressed up and take pictures, and be the center of attention in a way that makes me slightly uncomfortable that I don’t know if I -- I’ve never dreamed of emulating that in my real life. So I think I’ll probably take the opposite route when it comes to getting married.”

In addition to finding huge success starring on the hit TV drama This Is Us, Moore recently told People of her intentions to return to recording, currently aiming to have new music out in 2018. "I don’t have a record label, but I have a lot of music written," she told the publication. "Next year, I’ve decided I’m putting it out there!”


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