Cupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Wedding: Mandy Moore Opens Up About Her New EngagementCupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Wedding: Mandy Moore Opens Up About Her New Engagement

By Karley Kemble

Between starring on a successful television show and planning a celebrity wedding, This is Us star Mandy Moore is as busy as ever these days. Moore and her fiancé, musician Taylor Goldsmith, have been engaged since last month and the actress is finally talking about the excitement in her life! According to, Moore credits Instagram for bringing the celebrity couple together – after posting a picture of his album, they began emailing and “the rest is history.” Before meeting Goldsmith, Moore says she spent a “few years of just unhappiness,” but knows she has found the “right person” because they “can handle anything together.” As far as the ceremony goes, Moore says her upcoming celebrity wedding will be “quiet and private” as she and Goldsmith are quiet and private, too.

This celebrity wedding-to-be is making Mandy Moore very happy. What are some ways know if you’re ready to take the next step in your relationship and get engaged?

Cupid’s Advice:

Engagements are the gateway to marriage. You might be to take the next step if you can check “yes” to Cupid’s three tips:

1. You are each other’s best friend: Knowing your partner is dependable and that you can turn to them in times of need and/or struggle is an important foundation to establish before tying the knot. If you can confidently say your partner is your best friend through and through, you could be ready for the next step.

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2. You’re okay with being boring together: Quality time is essential within any relationship. You know you don’t have to rely on date nights to keep the romance alive. You’re okay with being boring and running errands, or even just sitting at home on the couch watching Netflix. What you do (or don’t do) isn’t important, as long as you’re together.

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3. You speak in we’s: Before you got together, it was always ‘you’ and ‘me’ when you talked about each other. If you find yourself using ‘we’ and ‘us’ more frequently out loud or in your head, that is a very telling sign!

How did you know you were ready to be engaged? Share your story below!