Tia Mowry’s family had a fun-filled afternoon at home celebrating Father’s Day swimming, as seen in new Instagram photos.
Several people took to Instagram a post to honor their dad on Father’s Day, including Tia Mowry, who paid tribute to her loving husband, Cory Hardrict.
CELEBRATING BY THE POOL
The actress’ post included several Father’s Day photos of her husband and their two children. Most of them were pictures of Hardrict and his kids swimming, including one where he carried his little daughter.
Tia Mowry-Hardrict (L) and Cory Hardrict attend the Essence 11th Annual Black Women In Hollywood Awards Gala at the Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons Hotel on March 1, 2018 in Beverly Hills, California. | Source: Getty Images
The twins often flew first class with their mom, and on many accounts, someone would ask their mom if she was in the right seat.
The last photo featured a beautifully plated breakfast spread, which had pancakes, bananas, blueberries, grapes, chocolate chips, and scrambled eggs.
“These images are important images for the world to see,” Mowry wrote. “You are an amazing #father and we are blessed to have you help raise the next generation.”
CAIRO’S SECOND BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION
Recently, the couple’s youngest child, Cairo, celebrated her second birthday amid quarantine. The family-of-four had a little party in their home with delicious food and a bouquet of pink balloons.
The whole family was dressed for the occasion, including the toddler who dressed in a white tutu by Titi Du Monde.
Unfortunately, the rest of Mowry’s family had to miss out on the festivities due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The “Sister, Sister” star admitted that things have been difficult for her amid lockdown, especially that she was not able to see her family.
Tia Mowry and Cory Hardict attend the 23rd Annual Elton John AIDS Foundation's Oscar Viewing Party on February 22, 2015 in West Hollywood, California. | Source: Getty Images
Mowry became emotional in an interview while talking about how much missing her family made her cry. However, they remained in contact through video calls and texting.
CLOSE TO FAMILY
Despite each having their own lives, Mowry, her siblings, and her parents remained close to each other. Recently, she recalled how they were victims of racism, as her parents had an interracial marriage.
Among the many instances was during their days filming “Sister, Sister.” The twins often flew first class with their mom, and on many accounts, someone would ask their mom if she was in the right seat.
Another time was when their mom entered a housing place to ask for a brochure and was told all houses were sold. However, when Mowry’s white father walked in, he was told otherwise.