Tamera Mowry's Husband Adam Housley Shares Pic of Daughter in Colorful Gown & Pink Hat
Tamera Mowry's husband, Adam Housley, melted hearts across the internet when he proudly showed off a portrait if his daughter Ariah and gushed over her being 'daddy's girl.'
Tamera Mowry and Adam Housley have a picture-perfect family with their two adorable children, Araih and Aden.
Recently, Adan showed off a portrait of Ariah, displaying a big smile. In his, caption gushed over his daughter, writing, "my girl. #daddysgirl."
Adam and his family have been spending a lot of quality time while self-isolating in their Napa Valley estate amid the coronavirus outbreak.
In the picture, Ariah appeared to be enjoying the outdoors. She was dressed in a pink cap and rainbow-colored dress. One fan couldn't help pointing out how much Ariah looked like Tamera.
A fan commented on Adam Housley’s photo of his daughter Ariah Housley and compared her to Tamera Housley | Source: Instagram.com/adamhousley
"I really wanted Ariah to really look like me. Like, everything. Everything. I think she has my skin color and my eye color."
During the episode, Tamera's co-host Adrienne Bailon confirmed her story and revealed the extent she took as she prepared for Ariah's birth, Adrienne explained:
"[Tamera] prayed for that! I remember! She was like 'Lord, let her be brown. Let her have black hair."
Being in an interracial relationship in the public eye hasn't been easy for Tamera and Adam. They have had to deal with trolls scrutinizing every aspect of their relationship.
Tamera has had years of dealing with criticisms for marrying Adam because of his white background. Only three years into their marriage revealed she sat down for an episode "OWN’s Oprah: Where Are They Now?" and spoke about the backlash they have faced.
She admitted that after coming from an interracial family with a black mother and white father, she never grew up noticing her racial differences. Tamera admitted that she had never before experienced so much hate like she does when it comes to comments about race and her marriage.