Tia Mowry from 'Sister, Sister' showed off a beautiful arrangement of flowers and balloons as she thanked people for her birthday messages and the gifts she received.
"Sister, Sister" stars Tia and Tamera Mowry celebrated their 42nd birthdays surrounded by their families. Tamera's husband, Adam Housley, documented the couple enjoying a pool party with their children and neighbours.
Tia didn't share the details of her birthday celebration. Instead, she showed off her beautiful gifts on Instagram. She thanked people for their birthday messages and the presents she received.
Tia looked stylish in a black jumpsuit as she posed surrounded by the assortment of bouquets and balloons that she received from her family and friends. As the actress reflected on her birthday, she wrote:
"The older I get, the more I gravitate towards what gives me #peace and #happiness…I find that #joy becomes my friend."
Tia took to her Instagram story to share the details of the bouquets. Her sister and husband, Cory Hardrict, gifted her white roses.
Her brother Tahj Mowry and her friend Adrienne Bosh each went for more colourful arrangements. Tia also shared a painting that her daughter Cairo made for her.
In her birthday message, Tia said her special day was filled with good food, plenty of wine, and all the flowers she displayed.
Among her many gifts, Cairo wasn't the only one with a handmade present. The proud mom also shared a photo of a colorful star that her son, Cree, had painted.
Fans responded to her heartfelt message with kind words. One personwrote
, "you are an awesome person stay blessed.'
Her co-star on "The Game" Wendy Raquel Robinson gushed, "sooooo beauty-full and deserving." A fan sent her well wishes saying, "happy Birthday God move In all of your areas and continue to elevate you to greatness."
In a previous post, Tia shared a heart-warming tribute to Tamera. She reflected on all of the first time experiences they shared together, from graduating from college, their first award and first television show.
She admitted that it was strange to be spending their birthday apart. Tia said her only wish wasn't for material things, but she hoped for the world to win the battle against COVID-19.