Watch Tia Mowry Enjoy an Inflatable Water Slide in a Black Swimsuit during Son Cree's Birthday Bash
Tia Mowry lets her inner child out on her son's birthday as she has a turn on the inflatable water slide. Watch the video now.
It is Tia Mowry's son Cree's birthday, and she is fully getting involved with the festivities. In a funny video shared on her Instagram, the actor takes a turn sliding down an inflatable water slide.
The "Sister, Sister" star who has been quarantining at home with her family, often shares photos of them having fun in the pool, but this is time she's showing a different side of her.
Recently Mowry shared another photo of herself in the pool; this time, its a post
body confidence. The stunning bare-faced selfie also celebrated her gray hair.
The picture which was shared to her 7.7 million Instagram followers, asked fans to embrace their bodies and aging also writing,
"It's a blessing to age. Grey hairs are a sign of wisdom. Wrinkles are a sign that you've laughed. Stretchmarks and stretched out stomachs are the beautiful miraculous signs of giving birth."
Her twin sister and co-star of "Sister, Sister" Tamera Mowry also shared a stunning photo of herself embracing her natural beauty.
Tamera has been quarantining at home with her two children, seven-year-old Aden and her daughter, four-year-old Ariah.
She did, however, say that they were in constant communication through texts or Facetime.
Mowry, who has been isolating with her husband Cory Hardrict and their two children, Cree,9, and one-year-old Cowry, revealed that she was having a tough time being away from her family.
She did, however, say that they were in constant communication through texts or Facetime. She added that she often updated them on little things she was doing, saying,
"It's crazy how we're getting excited about the simple things, like, 'Look what I made for dinner!' you know. I'm constantly checking up on my brother, well being like,' How are you doing emotionally?'"
As Protests continue in America, Tia recently opened up about growing up biracial and seeing the difference between how her mother, who was black, and her father, who was white, was treated.
In the post, she remembered times when they were traveling in first class, and her mother, Darlene, was asked if she belonged there, adding that it was necessary to share her experience so that things can change.
Actress Tia Mowry and her son Cree Hardrict,2011| Photo: Getty Images
Although Mowry wants to be reunited with her family, she recognizes the importance of maintaining social distance to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
She added that she had been meditating to stay 'sane in the house,' but she did say she once broke down crying, which she believed was a result of focusing on others rather than herself.