June 15, 2020
"Sister, Sister" actress Tia Mowry looked like a drop-dead gorgeous diva in her black belted dress with a crucifix chain. The post stirred reactions from a lot of fans who couldn't help but express themselves.
Mowry's IG handle regularly shares updates on parenthood, featuring what her kids are up to and how well her family is doing.
She shares two children, an 8-year-old son named Cree, and a 2-year-old daughter with her actor husband, Cory Hardrict.
Her recent post, however, focused on her ravishing beauty, as she posed in all-black attire. The post was accompanied by a lengthy caption that focused on the pride of being a black woman. She said:
"I am STRONG, I am BOLD, and I am STEADFAST..."
Within a blink of an eye, lovers of the actress began commenting on her vivacious appearance. One fan couldn't say anything other than "Woow," while some used emojis after their words of expression. A fan who noticed her look and the message she was passing across said:
"This picture is sooo beautiful, Tia!!!!! Speaks so much volume!!"
In her home front, the "Sister, Sister" star has a fairytale love story. Though she and her husband dated for more than five years before tying the knot, their love affair is still as vibrant and enviable as new lovers.
Apart from projecting black women's power, she's been vocal about a change in the inhumane treatment of blacks.
This is all possible due to their commitment and dedication to helping each other. When Mowry isn't home to perform her motherly role, her man steps in, to make everything a smooth sail.
They've both adopted a parenting system convenient for their family even though Mowry's mom isn't too pleased with it. The mother of two once revealed that her son slept in their matrimonial bed until he turned four. Their daughter has also maintained a spot since her birth.
Mowry doesn't only like having her kids close but her siblings and parents too. While sharing her quarantine experience during an interview, she confessed that she misses face to face meetings with her loved ones.
The actress is always checking on them via video calls, but that doesn't seem as comforting as having them close by. One other truth that Mowry has spilled concerning family life is how her mother, who's black, suffered racial prejudice while her father, who happens to be white, was treated differently.
Apart from projecting the black woman's power, she's been vocal about a change in the inhumane treatment of blacks. In a post, after describing her growing up years, she ended on a hopeful note of "a change is gonna come."