July 06, 2020
Twins and stars of the 90s sitcom, "Sister, Sister," Tia and Tamera Mowry paid tribute to their younger brother, Tavior, who celebrated his 27th birthday on Sunday.
Tia and Tamera Mowry posted separate messages on their Instagram pages to celebrate the birthday of their younger brother, Tavior. In her post, Tamera shared a black and white photo of herself and Tavior, writing:
"Happy Birthday bro!!!! Love you to the moon and back @taviordontaemowry! I'm so proud of you. Continue to be an amazing example."
Tamera also added that even though Tavior is the youngest Mowry sibling, he is wise beyond his years and that she has learned a lot from him. She further said she could not wait to spend some time with him. In her post, Tia wrote:
"Happiest of #birthdays to the coolest! @taviordontaemowry I love you so much! You are so #woke and #wise beyond your years!"
Tia further commended her brother for seeking real and simple things rather than being materialistic, urging him to keep going and that he was in God's hands.
Tamera's husband, Adam Housley also wished Tavior a happy birthday. In his post, Housley shared a picture of his kids, Aden John and Ariah Talea with Tavior, wishing him well in his caption.
The 41-year-old actress said that growing up with her parents, she saw clearly that her dad was more privileged than her mom.
The Mowry family is a closely-knit bunch but found it difficult to be with one another while in quarantine following the COVID-19 lockdown, an experience that was challenging for them.
Tia, in a reported interview with "ET," got teary-eyed while admitting that not being able to see her family had been the hardest part of quarantine, adding that they were all very close.
Tia and Tamera grew up in a biracial family, being children of a black mother and a white father. This experience made the former see the privileges her dad had over her mom.
Tia shared a picture of herself on Instagram, with her twin sister, Tamera, and her mother, Darlene Mowry, on June 4. In the caption to the post, the 41-year-old actress said that growing up with her parents, she saw clearly that her dad was more privileged than her mom.
The actress cited some examples to support her claim and further said that she was seeking for a change and that the love and support from around the world following recent events gave her hope that change would come.
Tia and Tamera starred in "Sister, Sister" in the 90s, and were loved by fans for the series. However, since then, they have not worked together on a joint project.
That may soon change, though, with Tia revealing to ET that she and Tamera always talked about working together on something, but that it would depend heavily on finding the right project to work on and which will also fit their tight schedules.