June 11, 2020
Actress Tia Mowry expressed that she's been brought to tears with the voices of unity across the globe in recent times, after uploading a sweet photo where she hugged her kids.
Mowry, who starred in the 90s hit series "Sister, Sister," with her twin sister, Tamera is a mother of two. She shares her son, Cree, and daughter Cairo, with her husband, Cory Hardrict. The pair have been married for a couple of years.
Like many celebrities, the on-screen star always shares personal content and tries to give her audience online insights on her family life.
In a recent post, Mowry flaunted her cute kids, as she held them closely with a smile on her face. The mother of two opted for all-black outfits, while her kids were adorned in bright colored attires. The post's caption centered on the theme of love. She quipped:
The #love that’s been shown over the globe these few weeks have been remarkable. The #united voices has brought me to tears."
In no time, lovers of the "Sister, Sister" star flooded the comment section with lots of expressions. They complimented the image, and most of the fans subscribed to using the word "beautiful," to define the photo.
Even when Mowry is absent in the scenes, and it's either one or two of her kids in the post, she still receives as much attention and love from her IG followers.
The actress doesn't rest on her oars either when it's time to share admirable images or clips of her loved ones. Before fans applaud the post, she first gushes on it.
She got emotional while speaking about how the social-distancing has made her miss meeting with her family.
The mother of two once uploaded a video of her then 1-year-old daughter, Cairo clad in a chef's kit. The toddler had an apron and a hat on.
She also seemed fully concentrated on the swift movement of the mini rolling pin on a board. Mommy didn't need to introduce the young chef but did anyway in a very adorable caption.
Close to four thousand fans posted their comment under the upload. Cairo sure deserves all the love, especially since she's her mom's favorite little princess and such a charmer.
When she turned two, Mowry couldn't keep calm, and even with the lockdown following the novel coronavirus pandemic, the TV personality celebrated her daughter in a luxurious inhouse party with lots of balloons and delightful treats.
Cairo's day was gladly enjoyed by the family of four. It seemed like it was a fun-filled day, the "Sister, Sister" actress doesn't deny that she loves having a full house.
In March, she got emotional while speaking about how the social-distancing and lockdown has made her miss meeting with her family face to face.
The mother of one who has a white dad and an African-American mom also got candid about how unfairly her mom was treated due to her skin color. She explained that she hopes the situation changes so that blacks will stop being victims of racism.