"Baby Boy Goldsmith coming early 2021 ?," the 36-year-old captioned a sweet black-and-white pic of couple, which shows the-dad-to-be lovingly cradling his wife's growing baby bump.
The actress, who plays matriarch Rebecca Pearson on the NBC hit series, previously talked about how her Emmy-nominated role impacted her feelings on becoming a mom herself.
"I feel a kinship with her," Moore told E! News of her character back in 2017. "I was most concerned about feeling maternal, not having children myself. But being part of a project like this definitely makes my ovaries start kicking."
The 'Candy' singer and the the Dawes frontman wed in 2018 after two years of dating and more than a year of being engaged. Moore was previously married to musician Ryan Adams from 2008-2015. The former couple later released a joint statement explaining their decision to divorce, calling it a "respectful, amicable parting of ways," but in 2019, Moore came forward with claims her ex husband was emotionally abusive.
Back in August, the Walk To Remember star gushed over Goldsmith in a sweet social media tribute for his 35th birthday.
"I’m not sure what I did in a past life to deserve you but it must have been something big," she wrote. "You are undeniable. Your inherent light, humility, grace, humor, and compassion are contagious and I feel lucky to get the chance to bask in your goodness with outstretched arms. Thank you for trusting me with your heart. Thank you for being the best travel companion, crossword puzzler, songwriting partner, pet parent, and my favorite person. 2020 has certainly been a wild ride but I really can’t wait for what this next year will bring. Happy Birthday, T. I love you more than anything."
It's certainly been been a big year for Moore. Back in March, she released her seventh studio album, Silver Landings — her first in more than a decade — which she co-wrote with her 35-year-old husband.
"I wanted to make a very California-sounding record — something that feels sunshiny and airy and natural, something you could listen to driving up and down the PCH with all the windows rolled down on a beautiful weekend day," she said, citing George Harrison's melodies and Joni Mitchell's poetry as inspirations. "Sometimes writing a song feels like giving myself the advice I know I need the most and it's often the hardest to heed. It makes the song almost a mantra of sorts — something I know I'll continue learning because it bears repeating."