Check Out This Cool Throwback Photo of Tia and Tamera Mowry with Their Veteran Mom Darlene
Former child star Tia Mowry joined the throwback trend in a recent post as she revisited old photo albums and gave fans a view of a heartwarming mother-daughter moment.
Tia Mowry had a throwback moment in her recent Instagram post as she shared a captivating shot of her and her loved ones during an outing.
The jolly snapshot showed Tia, her star twin sister, Tamera Mowry Housley, and their veteran army mom, Darlene Mowry showing off their flawless skins as they lounged at the beach.
REVISITING FUN MEMORIES
The one-photo post showed the younger versions of Tia and Tamera presenting bright smiles while their mom looked gorgeous in a swimsuit and a pair of jean shorts.
While one twin enjoyed a sweet embrace with their beloved mom, the other was content with posing for the camera. Mowry captioned:
"#tbt y'all this is my #momma with me and the sis. I truly get my strength and perseverance from my mother…"
While Tia gushed over the matriarch, she listed off her admirable qualities. The actress could not get over her mom's stylish ensemble as she jovially admitted that the vintage outfit was still "fly." Tia completed her post with an affectionate reminder for her mom.
FANS AGREED WITH MOWRY
In the comments, many followers were glad to see a snippet of what the Mowry twins looked like as kids, as they also fawned over their mom's mainstream fashion.
The duo grew up to understand the depth of authority and the sacrifice of servicemen and women.
More fans had fun trying to tell the twins apart. One admirer joked: "am I the only one trying to figure out who?"
Another added: "Who is who lmao! I can tell y'all apart as adults, not here." Stars like Daphne Oz and Jerome Wiggins also showed affection in the comments.
A SHOTGUN WEDDING
"My parents, they were in the army. They ran away to be married at 18 years old. It was kind of like a little bit of a shotgun wedding…"
Tia made it known that her folks served in the German army before moving back to the US. In the long run, their mom had to leave the army to support her daughters' acting dreams.
Tia and Tamera were born in West Germany where their mom and dad served as a drill sergeant and first sergeant respectively. The duo grew up to understand the depth of authority and the sacrifice of servicemen and women.