See Tamera Mowry's Reaction after Husband Adam Housley Shared a Barefaced Selfie of Her
Tamera Mowry's husband shared a photo of her make-up free. Check out her reaction to the snap posted on his social media.
Tamera Mowry's husband Adam Housley shared a photo of his wife make-up free captured by their daughter, and she looks stunning.
The picture shared on his Instagram page, showed Mowry posing in a white shirt and jeans with him revealing that they had been spending a lot of time together during the quarantine.
Mowry responded to the photo shared by her husband, and it was clear she had not expected him to share the picture taken by their daughter with her saying:
"Omg!!!!! You posted this?!?!"
The couple got married in 2011 in a ceremony at an inn and vineyard. They had invited 300 guests with her twin, Tia Mowry, acting as matron of honor.
The couple now has two children, Aden John and Ariah Talea, and Mowry opened up about being in an interracial relationship with her husband who is White.
Mowry revealed that she had prayed that Ariah would look the same as her.
During an episode of "The Real," fellow co-host Adrienne Houghton asked her how to teach their partner with Mowry replying they had to be open to learning.
The "Sister, Sister" star also shared that while she was pregnant with her daughter, she hoped that she would look like her, as their first-born looked like her husband.
During an episode of the show, Mowry revealed that she had prayed that Ariah would look the same as her, adding:
"This is 'The Real' so i'm going to be honest. I really wanted Ariah to really look like me. Like everything. Everything. I think she has my skin color and my eye color."
She added that she was teaching her children to be organized, echoing a belief her mother has, namely that cleanliness is next to godliness.
Last year the tv host partnered with "Blue Bunny" and "Task Rabbit" which aim to help families with chores so they can spend more time together.
She explained that for her family, fun time usually involved fishing trips, a tradition started by her own parents who would take her and her siblings to Lake Cucamonga.