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Check Out Tia Mowry's Recreation of a Cute Throwback Pic from Her Childhood

Afouda Fortune
Sep 05, 2020
06:30 A.M.
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Tia Mowry caught the Throwback Thursday fever and indulged viewers by recreating a cute old picture of her younger self to the last detail.


The “Throwback Thursday" trend has been the order of the day in recent times and over time, we have seen celebrities jump on the trend. Yesterday, reality star Tia Mowry posted a fun throwback picture on her Instagram.

The side-by-side pictures featured a very young and small Mowry in a lovely head-to-toe white get up, with the actress recreating the look to the last detail.

Tia Mowry at the premiere of "The Peanuts Movie" on November 1, 2015 in Westwood, California | Photo: Getty Images


She even went as far as packing her hair into two and clipping it the same way it was, adding the white stockings and golden waist belt as a final touch. Mowry captioned the post with:

“#tbt It was so much fun recreating a photo of myself, I decided to do it again!! Here I am around 3-4 years old!!...”


Fans and followers of the actress commented on the adorable post which also served as throwback inspiration for some of her followers.

The actress also revealed that her son, Cree Taylor, 9, loves watching her on TV and has quite a liking for her Netflix show "Family Reunion." 

A fan wrote that the actress' son Cree resembled her in the throwback picture. Another commenter said she wants to recreate a picture of herself in her red tutu.


In an exclusive sit down with People, the "Sister, Sister" alum shared that she thinks her daughter Cairo Tiahna, 2 looks a lot like her sister's daughter, Ariah Talea, 5.  The mother-of-two also mentioned that Cairo was still trying to figure out the family resemblance when she said:

“When she looks at my sister Tamera, she'll go, 'Mama.' Because she thinks it's me.”


The actress also revealed that her son, Cree Taylor, 9, loves watching her on TV and has quite a liking for her Netflix show, "Family Reunion."

The actress recounted an incident where her son changed the channel after watching her show, "Twitches" for five minutes. Mowry says Cree loves her shows but "Twitches" is not one of them.

Mowry, 42, and her sister, Tamera Mowry-Housley, who often finish each other's sentences on-screen over time have emphasized that they share a special bond.

During another interview, the talented actresses attested to the fact that hiding things from each other was an impossible task.