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Congratulations to new mom Mandy Moore. 

The 36-year-old actress took to Instagram on Tuesday to announce the birth of her son, August Harrison Goldsmith, who was born "right on his due date."

"Gus is here ????????????????," Moore wrote. "Our sweet boy, August Harrison Goldsmith. He was punctual and arrived right on his due date, much to the delight of his parents.

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"We were prepared to fall in love in all sorts of brand new ways, but it goes beyond anything we could have ever imagined," Moore continued.

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'This is Us' actress Mandy Moore gave birth to son August, as announced on her Instagram on Tuesday. (Reuters)

Many of Moore’s celebrity friends took to the comments to congratulate the singer on the birth of August.

"Congrats Mandy!!❤️," said actress Kiernan Shipka.

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"Congratulations!!!" Jenna Fischer, best known for her role as Pam Beesly in "The Office," wrote.

"GUS!! We have a Gus in our family too," Kimberly Williams-Paisley said. "Congratulations! ❤️????."

This is the first child for Moore and her husband Taylor Goldsmith. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP, File)

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Moore announced that she was expecting a son in September.

The star shared three black-and-white photographs at the time featuring herself and husband Taylor Goldsmith, 35, who was seen resting his hand on his wife's growing belly in each of the pics.

"Baby Boy Goldsmith coming early 2021," Moore wrote in the caption, adding a blue heart emoji.

This is the first child for Moore and Goldsmith, a musician she married in 2018.

The Associated Press contributed to this report

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An NFL player is asking for prayers for his baby boy, who is hospitalized with COVID-19 and will undergo surgery Sunday morning for serious bleeding.

Cleveland Browns wide receiver Ryan Switzer revealed his 9-month-old son Christian’s plight on social media Saturday.

In a series of tweets, the NFL player told his fans Christian, needed three blood transfusions and underwent a CT scan. He asked for prayers as his son was prepared for surgery.

“I’m asking everyone that this tweet comes across to please just take a second and say a prayer for our son Christian.”

“He’s 9 months and currently in the hospital after he woke up in his blood. He’s Covid positive,” Switzer wrote.

“One of the scans finally found the source of the bleeding and the surgeons are confident they can fix his issue,” he said in a follow-up tweet Saturday night, adding that little Christian is in stable condition.

Switzer and his wife Gabie welcomed their son last May, according to Yahoo! Sports. His plea for prayers did not reveal where the boy was undergoing treatment.

The 26-year-old began his career with the Dallas Cowboys in 2017 before playing two seasons for the Pittsburgh Steelers from 2018 until last year. He joined the Cleveland Browns in January.

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