Tia Mowry's Kids and Their Cousins Spend Time Together in a Cute Photo
Tia Mowry shares a throwback picture of her children and their cousins spending time together during their trip to Hawaii, reminiscing about the times they could all easily come together.
Tia and Tamera Mowry's children have not been able to see each other in a while due to the COVID-19 pandemic. For now, their moms have resulted in reminiscing their past bonding experiences, including their trip to Hawaii last year.
In the picture, Tia's children Cree and Cairo lounge in the pool with Tamera's children Aden and Ariah. They all have big smiles on their faces, except for little Cairo who kept a straight face while sporting pink baby sunglasses.
APART AMID COVID-19
Through the years, the Mowry twins' children have grown up together, and they're not used to being apart for long periods of time. However, they've had to make do with virtual hangouts in the meantime, as they all continue to stay safe in their respective homes amid COVID-19.
Last month, little Cairo turned two-years-old, and the "Sister, Sister" star and her husband Cory Hardrict made sure to cook up a home celebration for their family. Although they couldn't be with a lot of their loved ones, they still made sure to have a good time in celebration of their youngest child.
JOINING THE MOVEMENT
While Tia Mowry has always been vocal about her family, she lent her voice to another cause recently, joining in on the Black Lives Matter protests happening around America. She posted a picture of her two brothers, Tahj and Tavior Mowry, along with her husband Cory.
In the picture, the three men play with a child who had a huge smile on his face. Keeping her caption short, she wrote: "#blacklivesmatter."
STANDING AGAINST POLICE BRUTALITY
Her post and the protests happening nationwide come after the death of George Floyd, a Minneapolis local. He was killed while in police custody for allegedly writing a bad check.
After videos of the brutality he suffered went viral online, people took it to the streets and have been demanding justice, reforms, and an end to racial injustice and police brutality in America. Many celebrities have joined in as well, including the likes of Nick Cannon, Jamie Foxx, Michael B. Jordan, and Stephen Curry who rallied in the streets with thousands of others.
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