Tia Mowry of 'Sister, Sister' and Her Son Cree Hardrict Look like Twins as They Enjoy Swimming
Tia Mowry went swimming with her "twin" recently, and she shared the fun activity on Instagram for the rest of her fans to see.
Tia Mowry of "Sister, Sister" fame and her son Cree look a lot like each other, and the mother-and-son duo decided to take a dip in the pool on their ninth week in quarantine. Both Tia and Cree sported matching curly hair and flashed their best smiles for the camera.
It's beginning to get a lot hotter in Los Angeles, and this prompted Tia to take a dip in the pool with her son Cree. She made sure to check in on her fans as well, asking them how they're doing amid quarantine.
EMBRACING HER NATURAL BEAUTY
This isn't the first time Tia took a dip in the pool during quarantine, as recently, she took a solo picture of herself as she swam. In that particular picture, she spoke about what a blessing it is to age as she flaunted her gray hair.
"Getting older, growing older, being HERE is #beautiful."
SPENDING TIME WITH KIDS
The same way Tia has been embracing her white hair, her twin sister Tamera has done the same on her own Instagram. As she's not able to get her hair done as she practices social distancing, she said hello to gray hair and she's absolutely fine with it.
The Mowry sisters have been updating their fans of their quarantine activities, and through it all, they've been trying to embrace a more natural look. They've updated their feeds with cooking videos, selfies, and pictures of their families, and it's all been a great sight to see.
CHECKING UP ON FAMILY
Although the Mowry siblings are grateful they get to spend time with their children, Tia reveals the hardest part of it is not being able to see the rest of her family during the quarantine. After all, they are all very close.
Now that she's not able to see them personally, they try to keep in touch as much as possible and check up on each other. Tia speaks to her parents every day, and makes sure to keep in touch with her siblings as well.
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