Tia & Tamera Mowry from 'Sister, Sister' Were Cute Babies in Throwback Black & White Photo
Hollywood actress/TV show host Tamera Mowry posted an adorable throwback photo of her and her sister, Tia, when they were still cute babies.
Tamera Mowry and Tia Mowry are sisters in every sense of the world. They are identical twin sisters who have starred together in movies, including the ABC/WB sitcom "Sister, Sister."
Currently, Tamera Mowry is a daily TV show host. She is the host of the daytime television show "The Real," alongside co-hosts Loni Love, Adrienne Bailon, Jeannie Mai, and Amanda Seales.
While the mother of two is having a swell time in her celebrity life, she could not help but take a trip down memory lane to when it was just her and her twin sister. Tamera shared a cute picture of her and her identical sister.
It is nearly hard to tell the two adorable sisters apart in the grayscale Instagram picture. The "Help Us Get Married" host captioned the photo:
"Throwing it wayyyy back today with @tiamowry (on the right). #TBT"
Four decades later, the mother of two still knows how to turn heads with her stunning outfit at the non-televised 51st NAACP Image Awards Dinner that was held last month.
The "Sister, Sister" alum stole the center stage in her plunging black lace top, which she adorned with a matching suit. The ultra-stylish dress was accessorized with silver choker necklaces and a pair of dropping earrings.
She recently invited Today's Natalie Morales to see her gorgeous, newly redecorated home.
The star actress felt the loss of Kobe Bryant, who died his life in a helicopter crash earlier this year. The duo had met previously during an episode of the "Sister, Sister" sitcom, where Bryant was a guest.
In one of the January episodes of "The Real," Tamera talked about the meeting on set and her first impression of the legendary basketballer. She said,
" I'll never forget his humility. I'll never forget his kindness."
In January, it was announced that the father of four lost his life in a helicopter crash that also claimed the life of this 13-year-old daughter Gianna and seven others, including the pilot.
While the online celebrity recognizes her loss, she is also grateful for what she has. She recently invited Today's Natalie Morales to see her gorgeous, newly redecorated home in Napa Valley.
The anchor was given a tour of the beautiful house that included vintage treasures and family photos.